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Deloitte's enterprise AI strategy rethink
Tries to create suite of reusable cognitive components.
Jul 5 2016 6:40AM
Photos: Inside UTS' underground robot library
Robot cranes run the 13,000m³ facility.
Aug 15 2014 6:40AM
NSW schools prepare for $10m OASIS library overhaul
Will welcome 'Oliver' system.
Jul 24 2014 9:37AM
Vatican entangled in HP, Autonomy stoush
Dispute sheds light on HP case in troubled deal.
Jul 21 2014 6:40AM
NSW pushes eBooks, BYOD for public schools
Future learning approaches laid out.
Apr 2 2013 10:30AM
Judge slaps down Google's digital library settlement
Mar 23 2011 3:54PM
Usability tests an eye-opener for uni libraries
Eye-tracking, surveys improve library search services.
Feb 2 2011 12:41PM
Telstra BigPond axes Linux mirror
Unmetered content service gets the chop.
Jun 28 2010 1:48PM
NSW libraries to deploy 1.5 million RFID tags
Provides better security and stock management.
Sep 21 2009 4:19PM
Microsoft pushes out ATL, ActiveX fixes
The software giant has cleaned up its flawed Active Template Library, in addition to issuing a host of other patches.
Aug 12 2009 10:35AM
Researchers find large-scale XML library flaws
Sun Microsystems, Apache and Python vulnerable.
Aug 6 2009 11:07AM
Libraries object to internet filtering
Surge in internet use in Australian libraries.
Jul 21 2009 1:37PM
CenITex says Victorian Government data is safe
Victorian Government shared IT services provider CenITex has responded to allegations that it failed to provide backup services to the five agencies it served.
Mar 24 2009 6:06AM
Europe’s culture web site crashes after launch
Europeana, a digital library for Europe and a two year project funded by the European Commission, has crashed hours after its launch, and may not be back up until mid-December.
Nov 24 2008 3:29PM
New wiki measures open source license use
Creative Commons Australia has developed a global case studies wiki to quantify the varied impacts of open source and open content licensing arrangements.
Aug 14 2008 1:22PM
Nasa opens up space image library
Nasa is to make its huge collection of historic photographs, film and video available to the public for the first time.
Jul 28 2008 9:27AM
AMD open sources performance library
AMD has open sourced its AMD Performance Library (APL), referred to as Framewave 1.0..
Feb 21 2008 7:21AM
Digital library hits 1.5 million volumes
The Million Book Project, a digital archive set up by the world's universities, has announced that it has exceeded its own expectations.
Nov 30 2007 1:11PM
Spam campaign uses Northern Territory Library as bait
A spam email purporting to be legitimate news from the ‘Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’ is circulating across Australia and leading users to an infected website in Korea, experts at Sophos have warned.
Aug 24 2007 3:16PM
British Library starts email archive
Email Britain campaign takes a 'snapshot of British society'.
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