Can you spot an AI-generated face?

Does ChatGPT ever give you the eerie sense you’re interacting with another human being? Artificial intelligence (AI) has reached an astounding level of realism, to the point that some tools can even fool people into thinking they are interacting with another human. The eeriness doesn’t stop there. In

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Lack of digital skills is costing Aussie businesses billions

ACS, the professional association for Australia’s technology sector, is calling for a holistic overhaul of the nation’s skills, training, and immigration programs in its annual Digital Pulse report to be released on Wednesday. The call comes as the report forecasts a crisis looming for the

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6 Ways to use AI for employee upskilling

According to Joe Hart, AsCEO of the largest, oldest and most revered business skills training company in the world and author of the #3 WSJ best-selling book ‘Take Command, ’ AI presents a tremendous opportunity for a “leaps and bounds” enhancement on employee training — particularly as it relates to

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Future trends: AI for small businesses

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the way businesses operate, and small businesses in Australia are no exception. AI can be used to automate tasks, improve decision-making, and provide a better customer experience. As a result, AI is becoming increasingly important for small businesses to

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What role is AI to play in preventing retail crime? 

The National Retail Association is pleased to have been joined last month by Queensland Small Business Commissioner, Dominique Lamb, and our Crime Consultant, Professor Michael Townsley, at the free online session for retail and loss prevention specialists. Attendees received updates on the latest criminology research,

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Whose job will AI replace?

Artificial intelligence is changing the world – and one of the main areas it will affect in the short-to-medium term is the workforce. AI algorithms imitate real-world systems. The more repetitive a system is, the easier it is for AI to replace it. That’s why

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9 Reasons your business’s AI adoption is failing

Businesses are struggling to adopt AI, and it’s costing them. This article will explore the 9 most common AI implementation failures and provide a how-to guide for small to medium businesses. Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the workplace, but many business leaders are struggling

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3 Ways to use automation to solve key business challenges

The term ‘automation’ has become synonymous with efficiency, innovation, and growth. For businesses of all sizes, the question is no longer if they should embrace automation, but how and when. Fabian Calle, managing director, small and medium business, SAP Concur Australia and New Zealand, said, “When we speak of automation,

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Using AI in meeting? What SMEs need to know

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the workplace, and meetings are no exception. AI tools can now be used to automate many of the tasks involved in planning, organizing, and conducting meetings, as well as to generate insights from meeting data. This can help small

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