Will our human intuition be a match for true artificial intelligence?
The hackers have had their way with our data – in the best possible way. Here’s what the teams at GovHack 2015 did with our data.
We attached tiny sensor backpacks to honey bees to track their movements and monitor population levels. Pretty amazing, right? The results are enough to make Ashley Madison blush.
Honey bee populations are collapsing around the world, their health and ability to pollinate crops is under serious threat. This is why we are leading an international alliance of researchers, beekeepers and farmers to place tiny sensors onto the backs of honey bees and assessing their overall population health.
Wearable devices aren’t just about fitness tracking and taking phone calls on your wrist, this technology can change the way we do business.
Groups of skilled hackers are congregating in cities around Australia, and they’re hell-bent on forcing government data to do their bidding, including ours. They’re participants in this year’s GovHack competition.
We’ve developed a new system that allows consumers to control high-drain devices remotely using a computer, smartphone or tablet.
We’ve teamed up with the Victor Chang Cardiac Institute to create a ‘virtual heart’ that’s helping us to better diagnose and treat heart rhythm disease.
How we are using clever tech to protect our data and let our scientists collaborate securely.