In the second-last day of @AuManufacturing‘s ‘Working smarter with data’ editorial series, Qian Zhang and Jie Lu explain recommender systems and their usefulness to small and medium businesses.
While machine learning is very good at pattern recognition, it is relatively ‘dumb’ at solving new problems. A combination of machine learning and machine reasoning is already creating powerful new technologies that are much more flexible and capable than traditional forms of machine learning or AI.
Working smarter with data: Why leveraging data is the manufacturer’s key to success in a post-COVID-19 world
In this instalment of @AuManufacturing’s ‘Working smarter with data‘ series, Kamal Prasad gives some tips on being prepared for the digitally-driven future.
CSIRO and Amaero International have announced the results of a project to add conformal cooling channels to additively manufactured die cast tooling.
Manufacturing is the second-most targeted vertical for cyber-criminals, and has seen triple the rate of cyber attacks since the Covid-19 pandemic began, according to Crowdstrike.
Systems integrator CAE Australia has earned a $26 million contract to upgrade a C-130J aircraft training simulator and training systems at the Richmond air force base in western Sydney.
The Australian Manufacturing Forum and @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing is now in its second-last day. Here Andrew Stevens discusses three characteristics shared by successful manufacturers, and why they are vital in a post COVID-19 reset.
High-tech tracking and blockchain data is guarding Australia’s premium wine industry from fakes.
A cyber security training centre has opened in Adelaide, South Australia, to help provide the next generation of professionals to the growing industry.
French cyber tech company Squad will establish a presence in South Australia’s new space, innovation, defence and cybersecurity precinct.