Google Cloud has launched a virtual agent support program designed to help healthcare, public health, and non-profit industries quickly build and deploy chatbots that can help serve their customers who are looking for information during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The My Health Record digital health program says technology is poised to further help Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic through electronic prescriptions that will allow people convenient access to their medicines to people practising social distancing and self-isolation.
Germany-based remote control and collaboration software provider TeamViewer has made its online collaboration software solution Blizz available for free to schools and universities forced into remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australia’s healthcare system must quickly incorporate technologies including remote consulting, wearable monitors and full digitisation if it is to meet the challenges of the coming decade, an investigation by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) has found.
The University of Sydney says it has used Microsoft cognitive services to build an AI-infused bot in “double-quick time” that responds to student enquiries about COVID-19 and provides instant answers to many of their questions.
South Australia-based Myriota, a connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, undertaken a $28 million series B funding round led by industry superannuation fund Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, the company has announced.
A doctoral candidate from Southern Cross University is using drones to measure the size of whales as she studies various aspects of the lifecycles of these denizens of the ocean.
The CSIRO's Australian Animal Health Laboratory, the only high biocontainment facility in the southern hemisphere, has been renamed the Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness and given a funding boost even as its researchers start the first stage of testing potential vaccines for COVID-19.
The Australian Computer Society has called for “daring and innovative ideas” for its online 'Flatten the Curve' hackathon taking place over 48 hours from next Thursday 9 April, as part of the society’s response to the COVID-19.
More than two-thirds (70%) of Australian workers believe their productivity is the same or higher when working from home compared to an office environment, with many of them believing that this new form of working will become much more important when emerging from coronavirus than before.
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