Training

  • Intelligent machines and Forex Trading: Where are we now?

    One of the greatest contributions that modern society has provided to the world is the development of AI or Artificial Intelligence, which is programmable automated responses that aim to mimic the human brain. With the ongoing improvements of automated data processing and various complicated machineries, many believe that AI...
  • All NSW kindergarten students will receive compulsory coding training from 2019

    Announced in the lead up to Christmas, the NSW Government has made a bold and important change to the way we education our children. From the new school year in 2019, the set curriculum for students aged from kindergarten and up, will include programming (or coding). Founder of nationwide...
  • Job of the future: Drone Photographer. Locardi embarks on worldwide tour with DJI

    If you’re wondering what we’re all going to do for work when the robots arrive, then creative job of the future, Drone Photographer, may be just be what you’re after. Internationally acclaimed professional travel photographer and videographer, Elia Locardi has impressed DJI so much, they’re partnering with him to kick...
  • Another spectacular HoloLens demo will make you want AR even more.

    Microsoft have once again amazed crowds with a brilliant, albeit slightly stretching the truth, demo of HoloLens. At the worldwide partners conference in Toronto, Canada, Windows and HoloLens Program Director Arantxa Lasa Cid showed off the latest in a growing list of live demonstrations of the Augmented Reality headset....
  • Review: Samsung Gear VR, the hype is real

    Virtual Reality is about to go mainstream and there’s one company responsible, Oculus. Their technology was so impressive, they got bought by Facebook. With their focus on the high-end of the market, they partnered with Samsung to create a consumer friendly Gear VR, that’s available for just US$99, you...
  • Conroy launches new Internet Basics website

    The Internet Basics website was launched this morning by Minister Stephen Conroy. The new website is designed to help people who are new to the internet learn the basics of using the internet and aims to increase their confidence online. While most Australians are very comfortable online, there are...