Computers are getting creative
March 6th, 2014

Humans and machines have traditionally had clearly defined areas of expertise. We have the ideas, and they do the dangerous, complicated or boring parts. If we write a poem, a computer can check the spelling, but it can’t write the poem in the first place.

Now it’s sushi to go, via mobile message
September 16th, 2003

At Mosman Park’s Tsunami Sushi, one of Perth’s finer purveyors of Japanese cuisine, that most Japanese of communications technologies — the mobile phone — is set to transform business.


It’s Alive!
August 1st, 2008

A design must be conceived, drawn, lit and then rendered. The difference is that your desktop PC can render a simple animation, while the lighting, colouration and detail necessary to make animated characters of scenes in movies look real takes considerably more rendering power.

Funbots
February 7th, 2016

Advanced technology in computer processors, materials science and other advanced fields like facial recognition and machine learning are making robots stronger and more versatile and letting them think and act faster than ever.


Investment in Research & Development
September 8th, 2001

With most of humankind’s basic necessities now met, advances in technology since the industrial revolution have been driven by commerce instead of an ideal of serving humanity.

Walk on the Wireless Side
May 1st, 2008

The term ‘wireless’ has different connotations. Over the last ten years as we’ve amassed an array of new devices to attach to and communicate with our PC, mobile or both. On the other hand it also means we’ve become entangled in cables.






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August 1st, 2008

Investment in Research & Development Part 1 From the wheel to fibre-optic cables, satellite communications and the industrial ...
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Doing the Hard Yards We can be forgiven for thinking computers are particularly tough machines. We ...
August 1st, 2003

Telecommunications Deals May Prove a Boon to WA By now we've all heard about the bidding war that took place ...
June 7th, 2001

Will the iPad save newspapers? Accompanied by endless media coverage and cues in the streets, Apple's tablet ...
April 9th, 2010

Delving into an Increasingly Complex World on the Web Ever looked at a satellite picture of Australia and wished you could ...
February 24th, 2002


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