We collected user feedback by pulling data from millions of autism-related comments in public reviews of apps. We found many of the comments showed there were some clear benefits to people with autism, but there were also problems that could have been easily avoided.
When we walk or move, we create kinetic energy in a way that is unique to each of us. Our latest research shows that it’s so unique, it can be used to authenticate who we are.
The Atlas of Living Australia brings species information together from multiple sources (collections, universities and museums for example) to form the most comprehensive and accessible data set on Australia’s biodiversity ever produced.
We’ve looked at 283 Android VPN apps, investigating a wide range of security and privacy features. Alarmingly, we’ve uncovered 18 per cent of the apps failed to encrypt users’ traffic and 38 per cent injected malware or malvertising – software designed to damage or gain access to the users’ information. The very reason users install these apps – to protect their data – is the very function they are not performing.
Artificial intelligence is already transforming a range of industries but it has still to make an impact on healthcare. So what’s the hold up?
Both Android and Apple have many apps tailored to sufferers of mental health issues, but are smartphones the way forward?
A new app for sufferers of type 2 diabetes is set to streamline and transform patient care for thousands of Australians.
Gizmodo was recently invited to visit CSIRO’s Data61 team to try one of their fabled Microsoft Hololenses.
Put away your books and pencils and don’t worry about whiteboard, class – we’re going online. Science class is about to get a lot more exciting (if that’s possible!) thanks to the new Double Helix Lessons.