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‘Trackless trams’ tipped to save emissions and budgets

Australian cities are being urged to consider adopting “trackless tram” technology to cut emissions, reduce traffic and help household budgets. Prominent urban planner Mike Day issued the recommendation after Perth …

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Power trial promises to fill up electric cars for $5

Australia’s electric car drivers will be offered the chance to fill up their vehicles for less than $5 as part of a trial by the nation’s biggest energy retailer. Origin …

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Picture perfect AI phone tools to blur lines of reality

Imagine a daredevil skateboarder soaring through the air with one hand on his board, perilously close to the camera as it captures him in sharp focus on a glorious sunny …

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Consumers warned to brace for AI smartphone revolution

The world’s biggest smartphone maker has unveiled its first handset powered by generative artificial intelligence software, in a move Samsung says will usher in “a new AI era” for the …

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EV exodus: thousands of owners to hit the road for Xmas

Australia’s regional areas are expected to see “more electric vehicles than they’ve ever seen before” in the coming weeks as 90,000 new electric car drivers embark on summer road trips …

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Why fossil fuel cars may dominate for another decade

By the end of the decade, the sale of new petrol cars will be banned in at least seven countries from Singapore to Sweden and Israel to Iceland. But that …

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The AI will see you now: why tech is helping doctors

Artificial intelligence could prove to be a lifeline for Australian hospitals and GP surgeries, according to a leading medical technology expert who says it could ensure doctors spend less time …

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Workers urged to embrace, not fear, robot colleagues

Two humanoid robots, taking quick, abrupt steps as if walking on hot sand, methodically lift boxes from racks and deliver them to humans on the other side of a workspace. …

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Qantas hit with lawsuit for holding ‘over $1b’ credits

Qantas has been hit with a class action lawsuit seeking millions of dollars in refunds and compensation for customers who had flights cancelled following the COVID outbreak. Echo Law filed …

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University launches flying car course, no pilots needed

Australian software engineers will be invited to level up their ambitions with the launch of a course in flying cars. Melbourne based RMIT partnered with Udacity to launch a “nano …

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