Thursday, June 29, 2023

PwC : How Your New Car Tracks You

 It is faith, and not reason, which impels men to action... Intelligence is content to point out the road, but never drives us along it.

— Alexis Carrel, born on this date in 1873

Bondi man Alexander Csergo was warned to leave China by American contact he suspected was a spy

PwC walks back report used to claim Australia’s nature repair market could be worth $137bn

The competition to run the 2026 digital census will be the first big test of whether PwC’s $1 public consulting spin-off can win back the trust of government. The embattled firm had been considered the front-runner to win the prestigious contract before the damaging tax leaks scandal.

What is generative AI and why is it suddenly everywhere? Here’s how tools like ChatGPT and Dall-E work

Artificial intelligence has existed for years. But generative AI, a subset of the field, recently has propelled the technology into public view.

How a 'close personal relationship' ended Gladys Berejiklian's time as NSW premier