Optus runs mmWave 5G tests in Sydney – Telco/ISP- Tempemail

Optus is testing 5G millimetre wave (mmWave) technology at four locations in Sydney, months after suggesting the technology could bring speeds in excess of 20Gbps. The telco said in a statement that it has Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) approval to operate and test mmWave technology using the 26GHz Continue Reading

ANZ runs cloud boot camp to train 2000 staff remotely – Finance – Training & Development – Cloud- Tempemail

ANZ Banking Group put over 2000 staff through a week-long cloud boot camp that it ran virtually with the aim of getting as many as possible AWS certified. The ‘get certified in a week’ program was run by ANZ’s enterprise cloud portfolio team within Group Technology. “Our idea came when Continue Reading

Facebook AI model beats Google, runs 5 times faster on GPUs- Tempemail

Read Article A team from Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has developed a novel low-dimensional design space called ‘RegNet’ that outperforms traditional available models like from Google and runs five times faster on GPUs. RegNet produces simple, fast and versatile networks and in experiments, it outperformed Google’s SOTA EfficientNet models, said Continue Reading

Windows flaw lets Zoom leak network credentials, runs code remotely – Security- Tempemail

Popular video conferencing service Zoom has a high risk security issue in its Windows client that can be used for limited remote code execution and, worse, to capture and replay security tokens to access network resources, security researchers have found. Matthew Hickey of cybersecurity firm Hacker House that specialises in Continue Reading

CBA runs AI over 230,000 words of ASIC regulation – Finance – Software- Tempemail

CBA has run Australian trials of an artificial intelligence tool first piloted in the UK to help the bank parse complex financial regulations and determine how best to meet them. The bank revealed the Australian proof-of-concept in a response to a senate inquiry into fintech and regtech last week. “[We Continue Reading

E-scooter start-up runs out of juice after a Facebook spending splurge

An electric scooter start-up has failed to positively charge the public after an expensive Facebook advertising blitz tipped it into the red. Unicorn had managed to flog just 350 of the $699 self-powered scooters, which have a top speed of 15mph and a range of 15 miles, despite raising $150,000 Continue Reading