An artificial intelligence system has beat experienced dermatologists at diagnosing skin cancer.

Australian physicists have helped draw up designs for a flux capacitor.

Analysts say about US$1.2 billion in cryptocurrency has been stolen since the beginning of 2017.

As almost anyone with an inox will know by now – new European privacy regulations have come into effect.

Researchers are testing swallowable devices that can monitor gut health in real time.

NAB says it will compensate customers for a nationwide network breakdown.

Optus has been fined $1.5 million for misleading customers about their transition to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

The competition watchdog says scammers swindled nearly $4.7 million from Australian businesses in 2017.

A new program launched this week aims to improve young people’s unhealthy lifestyle behaviours.

Universities are studying how important high school mathematics study is for success in tertiary-level science courses.

New research suggests the digital mining of virtual coins has a very tangible cost.

The federal Department of Human Services has announced $27.4 million worth of deals for thousands of new PCs, tablets and monitors.

The Department of Health is looking at new ways to allow scientists to collaborate on public health research, using blockchain encryption.

The telecom industry has responded to a push for National Broadband Network (NBN) carriage service providers to reconnect consumers to their legacy systems during the migration to the NBN.

Rio Tinto’s autonomous train network in the Pilbara has gained safety approval.

Telstra has issued a warning over cheap SIMs and cut-price data plans.

Vocus has appointed Kevin Russell as its new CEO and managing director.

Upgrades at CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope will let astronomers ‘hear’ a wider range of objects in space.

Scientists have built a computer system modelled on the human brain, which learned to navigate like a mammal.

The new the Australian Space Agency is launching this week.

Swiss researchers say they improved the method for training brain-computer interfaces.

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