Tech Council of Australia stories
How AI is transforming the Australian workforce
Generative AI is reshaping Australia’s workforce, with technology skills now integral to the economy. Embracing AI could unlock billions of dollars by 2030, but requires an understanding of its intricacies and a stronger pipeline of tech workers.
Addressing the 4 key challenges of designing a data and AI strategy
Business leaders adopting a data-first strategy face the challenge of meeting customer demands for newer technology while adhering to stricter data security and regulatory requirements, requiring a modern data and AI cloud platform for secure, compliant operations.
Grok Academy appoints Martha McKeen as Chief Strategy Officer
Grok Academy names former Commonwealth Bank exec Martha McKeen as Chief Strategy Officer, bolstering efforts to address Australia's tech skills shortage through teacher resourcing and student engagement.
Summer camp tackles Australia's tech skills shortage
In a bid to bridge Australia's tech worker shortage, 160 students will participate in Grok Academy's summer computer science camp in Sydney and Melbourne.
Microsoft & Liverpool Hospital join to develop AI for cardiology support
Microsoft partners with Sydney's Liverpool Hospital to develop an AI tool for cardiology, aiming to enhance decision-making in patient care.
Cremorne Digital Hub launches programme to foster local tech scaleups
Melbourne's Cremorne Digital Hub unveils CDH Scaleup Program to bolster local tech firms and limit offshoring.
AI could alleviate rising Australian burnout rates
AI could curb Australia's rising burnout rates and boost workforce productivity, according to new research from HubSpot.
Australia on track to deliver 1.2 million tech workers
A new report from the Tech Council of Australia (TCA) reveals Australia is on course to meet the Government’s goal of 1.2 million tech jobs by 2030.