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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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Businesses weigh up banning TikTok on phones of workers

Almost half of all IT policymakers are considering bans on smartphone apps in the workplace, including restrictions on social media platform TikTok, in a bid to protect sensitive business data, …

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Google spreads its Wing drone deliveries in Australia

Sushi will take to the skies over another 12 Queensland suburbs after Google’s drone division revealed plans to expand airborne deliveries in Australia. Wing, which operates drones in Canberra and …

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Robots and drones could replace humans in emergencies

An army of robotic rovers, boats and drones could be sent into emergency situations to rescue lives without putting emergency responders at risk using technology developed by an Australian company. …

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When Aussies can expect EV prices to finally drop

In 2022, you could buy a new car, drive it around for a few months and still command thousands of dollars more than you paid for it on the second-hand …

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Call to accelerate electric car transition

Major car brands are failing to move to electric vehicles fast enough and must speed up their efforts to limit global warming to 1.5C, an European automaker has warned. Polestar …

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