#Internet of things
Paulo de Souza’s science at the pub: Vanishing bees and Mars’ damp, dark past
Catch Professor de Souza’s talk at the pub, from micro-sensors hitched to honeybees to water-detecting gear on Mars rover Opportunity—it'll be a night to remember.
Hot on the tracks of feral animals in the Top End
Our new tracking tech is helping manage the impacts of feral buffaloes and pigs in Arnhem Land.
Digital agriculture: what’s all the fuss about?
Predictive analytics, remote sensing, knowledge management and blockchain: buzzwords or the ultimate disruptors? We take a look at upcoming digital technologies and discuss how they can reduce costs and boost farm productivity.
Mining the Internet of Things
Exploration and mining companies are just at the beginning of a digital transformation through the Internet of Things. Accurate and fast data is driving decision-making more and more across the whole mineral value chain. Issue 13 of resourceful takes a look at some of the new technologies unpinning this change.
Net neutrality: bigger than Netflix and gifs
What is net neutrality, why is everyone talking about it?
Larry Marshall’s National Press Club Address
The full transcript of Dr Larry Marshall's speech to the National Press Club.
We’ve added a slice of ‘deep learning’ to our high-performance computing pie
One of the things we do best is to make sense of data. We've just created the world's first NVIDIA DGX-1 HPC cluster for deep learning.
The writing’s on the wall for scientific vocabulary
Simon Cox, research scientist in environmental informatics, says that scientific vocabulary, including symbols and measurements, need to be more consistent.
If machines can beat us at games, does it make them more intelligent than us?
Will our human intuition be a match for true artificial intelligence?
Data, data everywhere so let’s have a think
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.
Air Bee’n’Bee: have backpack, will travel
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 backpackers ready to tackle the world
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.