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A large telecommunications company is under pressure to digitalize its services and business processes, but initiatives keep stalling. The main problem sits with five of its business leaders, each with the belief that they’re primarily accountable for the transformation, and each with a different view of how it should be accomplished.

Kodak Alaris partner Go Systems counts many local councils across New South Wales amongst its client base. In partnership with Kodak Alaris it has designed a technology roadmap for one of the state’s largest councils utilising its capture hardware and software solutions.

One of Australia’s largest insurance companies, RACQ, has completed a project to enhance its claim processing using ABBYY content intelligence capabilities in tandem with UiPath’s robotic process automation (RPA) platform.

The Australian government is handing over $A32M to a new research centre hosted at RMIT University that will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically.

Text analytics software developed by The University of Queensland will be available as a ‘Software as a Service’ product to individual subscribers for the first time.

We’re entering the age of artificial intelligence. And as AI programs gets better and better at acting like humans, we will increasingly be faced with the question of whether there’s really anything that special about our own intelligence, or if we are just machines of a different kind. Could everything we know and do one day be reproduced by a complicated enough computer program installed in a complicated enough robot?

Fewer than one-third of finance departments that have deployed robotic process automation (RPA) have utilized the technology for financial reporting according to a survey by Gartner, which also found that they could have saved 25,000 hours of avoidable work annually.

Accounts payable fraud can impact any business, regardless of its size. The organisations that are most vulnerable are those without robust systems for verifying invoices against purchase orders and evidence of goods or services received. When controls on invoice approvals and payments are not consistently and rigorously enforced, this creates an opportunity for financial crime.

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume your organization is like most others when it comes to AI: you know what it is, you believe in its promise and you’re eager to see what it can do for your business.

The Federal Court of Australia recently found in Luppino v Fisher that a mobile phone should not be treated as a “computer” or a “data storage device”. This had the effect of invalidating an earlier order made under s3LA of the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) requiring the plaintiff to assist police to access data stored on a mobile phone, on the basis that the mobile phone was not a computer.

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