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IBM to set up cyber centre in Canberra

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IBM has announced that it will create a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) in Canberra, to be headed by Kevin Zuccato, a former Australian Federal Police assistant commissioner and head of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre. The company said the NCSC would allow access to IBM's threat-sharing platform used by more than 2,000 businesses around the world, provide emergency response teams for security incidents, and would be partnering with its Australian Security Development Lab on the Gold Coast. "With the establishment of the IBM National Cyber Security Centre in Canberra, we will provide a destination for government and organisations to proactively collaborate on strategy and policy," said Kerry Purcell, IBM ANZ managing director. "The NCSC will drive a culture of innovation and openness, essential if we are to tackle this growing issue for every organisation." IBM did not specify the timing of the centre's opening, nor the number of employees it would have.


FG set to commission National Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Abuja

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On the recent development, the National Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities that include;.


Australia launches National Artificial Intelligence centre

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New artificial intelligence centre opens - Riverine Herald

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The National Artificial Intelligence Centre has been established within CSIRO's data and digital specialist arm Data61, Minister for Science and Technology Melissa Price announced on Tuesday. Bringing disruption and innovation, AI technologies are forecast to contribute more than $20 trillion to the global economy by 2030. Australian Stela Solar, former global director of AI solutions at Microsoft, is returning from the United States to lead the new centre. "Stela has the vision and industry knowledge to work with CSIRO to continue bridging the gap between industry and our world-leading AI specialists," CSIRO chief executive Larry Marshall said. The minister said the new centre would position Australia as global leader in AI technology, harnessing talent and resources to drive early adoption of AI across the economy.


CVPR-AU@AIML Conference

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