Authorities have scrambled to respond after Victorian hospital computer networks were hacked in a ransomware attack.

In a world first, a drone fitted has streamed a live video seeking and identifying crocodiles at an accuracy of 93 per cent and a latency of less than one second.

Centrelink says it will run about 500,000 robo-debt reviews each year, despite calls to scrap the program.

High-tech methods have helped preserve a centuries-old Aboriginal tree carving.

Australia has slipped in an annual ranking of digital competitiveness.

Leading robotics firm Boston Dynamics has released its first commercial product – Spot.

Artificial intelligence is helping to detect sepsis in Sydney emergency departments.

Victorian police are investigating alleged corruption in e-sports.

A new study has found no increase in the rate of brain cancer in Australians aged over 60 that can be linked to mobile phone use.

Australia will spend $150 million to get involved in America's planned mission to the Moon and then Mars.

Researchers have developed an electronic nose that detects chemicals in the breath of lung cancer patients, and can assess their response to potential treatments.

The Federal Government has put up $34.9 million for a research centre focused on kids in the digital era.

NSW is rolling out new technology to spot drivers using their phones.

Millions of Australians’ sensitive medical images and data have been left open.

China is expanding its controversial Social Credit System to 33 million companies.

A class action could be launched into the Federal Government’s ‘robodebt’ scheme.

Politicians have been asked to find advertisements and fake news circulating on social media during elections.

Authorities have released Australia’s first online frailty map to highlight gaps in service.

Research engineers have come up with a cheap, thermoelectric device that harnesses the cold of space to generate electricity.

There is concern about a decision to award Optus a contract for remote mobile towers.

Intelligence agencies have blamed China for a serious cyber-attack on the Australian Parliament.

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