Exploring natural language processing on quantum computers

A new consortium will build on work in quantum mechanics and linguistics Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, has joined a consortium with University College London (UCL) and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to explore the industrial relevance of quantum natural language processing (QNLP) and quantum-inspired natural language…

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UK and Singapore deepen collaboration in FinTech

UK and Singapore exchanged views on recent developments The United Kingdom (UK) and Singapore held the 7th UK-Singapore Financial Dialogue in Singapore today. Both countries renewed their commitment to deepening the UK-Singapore Financial Partnership that was agreed in 2021, discussed mutual priorities such as sustainable finance, FinTech and innovation, and…

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First hype cycle for emerging technologies

Iterative cycles of improvement will cover a broader range of processes and responsibility The finance function is changing quickly – with the support of new technologies, particularly artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning – into an environment where people and machines collaborate to transform finance and business capabilities, drive process efficiency, and…

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Marist College Canberra and Nutanix unlock IT autonomy

Nutanix is the heart of the digital learning experience Nutanix a leader in hybrid multi cloud computing, today said it helped Marist College Canberra simplify its IT infrastructure and enhance the learning experience for students and educators. Established in 1968, Marist College Canberra is a Catholic school for boys from…

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Improvements to explore data tool

The Explore Data tool will be updated each quarter The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has improved the Explore Data tool with new features, making it easier for you to find the information you need to support NDIS participants, identify new opportunities, and understand the NDIS marketplace. The Explore Data tool provides…

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An introduction to securing smart places

System failures in smart places could have significant consequences Introduction The ACSC has released a new publication An Introduction to Securing Smart Places to assist public and private organisations in securely implementing and sustaining smart place technology. The highly connected nature of our cities and towns’ public and private infrastructure creates efficiencies…

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Inclusive AI at work in recruitment

This project comes amidst the unprecedented level of global activity and investment in AI New research out today from Diversity Council Australia and Monash University, titled Inclusive Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Work in Recruitment, has found that people fall very clearly into one of two camps when it comes to the…

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