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CBA settles $100m R&D stoush over core banking software
Long-running dispute triggered wider crackdown on claims.
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Canon Australia to close its R&D operations
Shut down to begin mid-April.
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Feds reveal new guidelines for R&D tax incentive
Focuses on surge in software claims.
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White House expects to take action on 5G, artificial intelligence soon
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Northrop Grumman launches strike on Defence over tech control powers
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NBN Co makes $3m R&D deals with universities
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Lockheed expands AI research at Melbourne lab
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Businesses warned not to fudge software R&D tax claims
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Google steps up its artificial intelligence research
New hires to bolster Deep Mind acquisition.
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Adobe to shut down Chinese R&D
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