If we compare the human brain to society’s current computation abilities, our minds still remain the most powerful central processing units in existence.
In addition to your everyday digital footprint collection, Google is now planning on collecting your private health data with your consent...
Machine learning’s immense ability to distinguish and decipher complex neuro-scientific patterning means that we are now able to begin to predict what people are looking at simply by observing images of their brain.
Unlike data warehousing techniques, data lakes offer a different type of data management better suited to handling and collaborating various forms of data in a way which doesn’t confuse systems. But how exactly do data lakes work?
Last month saw Protogen unearth one of the best primary healthcare datasets in the world, in partnership with one of Australia’s leading medical practice management providers.
Protogen is proud to announce our recent collaboration with The Australian in providing data insights and processing of Australia-wide learning and financial outcomes based on the NAPLAN dataset.
As a world leader in medicine, can Australia take the lead in the field of precision medicine?
Protogen gives you an update on all things new in tech this month, from drones to social media to medical breakthroughs.
Line is now valued at over $9 billion after its successful dual IPO
The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an increasingly popular term in conversations across different industries, and is predicted to be the ‘next big thing’. A number of companies have already jumped on the IoT bandwagon, eager to optimise on potential opportunities in the near future.
Fintech isn’t a new concept. ‘Fintech’ has in the past been referred to as, ‘a small group of modest start-ups offering limited online lending or retail-payment services’. Oh how times have changed.
Check out our breakdown of the latest technology news making headlines this week.
Ebay, Google and LinkedIn were pioneering companies in investigating whether their existing analytical models could be enhanced with new data sources by creating proof of concept and small-scale projects.
It's not just humans that have to keep up the pace as technological innovation continues to accelerate worldwide. Computers are also moving faster and more efficiently, transforming into ‘supercomputers’ in order to sustain operational capabilities across large-scale demands.