AI firm that worked with Vote Leave wins new coronavirus contract | Technology – Blog – 10 minute

An artificial intelligence firm hired to work on the Vote Leave campaign may analyse social media data, utility bills and credit rating scores as part of a £400,000 contract to help the government deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
The company, Faculty, was awarded the contract by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government last month. However the full details of its work for the government are unknown because the published version of the contract was partly redacted.
The disclosure comes amid questions from civil liberties groups as to how private companies hired by the government during the pandemic are using confidential data.
The unredacted portion of the contract shows that the MHCLG said such work was likely to require data from “social media, utility providers and telecom bills, credit rating agencies” as well as from the government, but provides few other specifics.
It brings the number of government contracts awarded to Faculty to at least nine in the last two years. The contracts in total are worth at least £1.6m.
Three of these contracts relate to the provision of artificial intelligence services to inform government departments attempting to manage the impact of coronavirus.
Faculty, which has links to senior Tory figures in Downing Street and the Cabinet Office, declined to say how many contracts it had won in total from the government for work connected to the pandemic, nor how much the contracts were worth.
The latest contract was awarded directly to Faculty without other firms being given an opportunity to make a competitive bid. The ministry said there was an “urgent need to bring in additional analytics support to help inform our response to the coronavirus pandemic”.
Public bodies have been allowed to award contracts without a competitive tender during the pandemic as ministers believe that private firms need to be hired quickly to deal with the outbreak. The MHCLG contract, entitled “Data scientists for MHCLG Covid-19 response”, was awarded in April and will run until July.
The precise details of the company’s work are not entirely clear from the contract, in part because a key passage relating to “three areas where immediate support is required” is blacked out. An MHCLG spokesperson said the withheld information related to datasets held by the ministry that were considered sensitive.
“Faculty is helping MHCLG to analyse data in real time allowing the department to monitor the impact of Covid-19 on local communities and respond to emerging issues at pace.”

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Founded in 2014 as Advanced Skills Initiative, the company rebranded as Faculty in February 2019. It first came to public attention for its work helping the Vote Leave campaign.
Dominic Cummings, the chief executive of the Vote Leave campaign and now chief adviser to the prime minister, Boris Johnson, recruited one of Faculty’s data scientists, Ben Warner, to work with him in Downing Street.
In April the Guardian revealed that both Cummings and Warner had been attending meetings of Sage, the government’s committee of scientific advisers. It subsequently emerged that Marc Warner, the brother of Ben and the chief executive of Faculty, has also attended.
Faculty has previously said that it has “strong governance procedures in place to guard against conflicts of interest when competing for new work. All of its contracts with the government are won through the proper processes and in line with procurement rules.”
Faculty has previously received at least two other contracts for work on Covid-19.
One of Faculty’s shareholders is the Cabinet Office minister Lord Agnew, who owns £90,000 of the company’s shares. He is resisting calls to dispose of the shareholding despite his role overseeing the Government Digital Service, which is responsible for digital procurement.
Growing concern about the extent of private involvement in the government’s coronavirus response – and uncertainty surrounding the use of confidential data by tech firms hired by the government – has prompted one campaign group to threaten legal action.
The technology campaign group Foxglove said it had asked the government for copies of data sharing agreements signed with the companies involved in the government’s “Covid-19 datastore”, including Faculty, in April. Last month the government said it needed more time to decide whether releasing them would unduly damage the companies’ commercial interests.
“We haven’t seen the contracts, we haven’t seen the data sharing agreements,” said Cori Crider, the director of Foxglove. “We don’t know what they’re permitted to do with [the data].”
The Scott Trust, the ultimate owner of the Guardian, is the sole investor in GMG Ventures, which is a minority shareholder in Faculty.

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Oracle wins cloud computing deal with Zoom as video calls surge – Cloud – Networking- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Tuesday it has started using Oracle Corp’s cloud computing service to help handle the surge in online video call volumes brought on by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
As corporations and schools shift to remote work and billions of people subject to stay-at-home orders seek ways to remain connected, Zoom has seen daily meeting participants rocket from 10 million in December to 300 million. But it has also experienced a backlash as the increased use exposed privacy and security flaws.
Zoom set out a 90-day plan to fix the security issues, but in the meantime, the thirty-fold jump in traffic has required more computing power.
The deal is a big win for Oracle, which wants to catch up with rivals such as Amazon.com and Microsoft that have greater market share, and is selling a new generation of cloud technology after its first generation efforts failed to gain traction.
Zoom and Oracle did not disclose the size of the deal, but said traffic for “millions” of meeting participants is being handled by Oracle’s cloud service and about 7 million gigabytes of Zoom data per day is flowing through Oracle servers.
“It’s exciting to be able to come on to a platform and scale very rapidly,” Zoom’s Chief Technology Officer Brendan Ittelson told Reuters in an interview.
Zoom’s service ran on a mixture of its own data center gear and cloud computing services from Amazon Web Services and Microsoft’s Azure, but it began working with Oracle about six weeks ago.
Zoom and Oracle executives said their engineering teams worked together on a daily basis to get up and running systems that now handle a significant portion of Zoom’s traffic.
Jean Atelsek, an analyst with 451 Research, said if Zoom’s use of Oracle proves successful, it could give Oracle a high-profile customer to show that its new technology is competitive with larger rivals.
“What’s remarkable about this deal is just the velocity with which it happened,” Atelesk said.

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Microsoft wins five-year deal with Coca-Cola to supply business software – Cloud – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Microsoft Corp on Monday said it had won a five-year deal with Coca-Cola Co to supply business software, including its Teams chat app and tools for customer service agents.
The companies did not disclose the size of the deal but said it will include Dynamics 365, a suite of Microsoft tools that competes directly with Salesforce.com Inc.
Microsoft has a stronghold in general-purpose business software such as email and word processing apps but has been working to win more customers for its specialized software such as apps used by customer service and sales employees.
James Phillips, the corporate vice president for Microsoft’s business applications group, told Reuters in an interview that Coca-Cola will use Microsoft technology to pull together information several internal systems, using artificial intelligence to fetch data from them and answer questions.
In the first phase, Phillips said, Coke will offer the system internally to employees “rather than making the employee understand that you need to go over here to request vacation time, over there to look at your last payroll slip, or to some other system to understand what educational courses may be available.”
Barry Simpson, senior vice president and chief information and integrated services officer of Coca-Cola, said in a statement that Microsoft’s software would help the company by “replacing previously disparate and fragmented systems.”
Eventually, Microsoft’s Phillips said, Coca-Cola’s customer service agents plan to use system to help quickly answer questions from the beverage maker’s customers, which include major retailers and grocers.

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US Olympian Lolo Jones wins Tom Holland handstand challenge- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

US Olympian Lolo Jones is being praised after participating in, and winning, Tom Holland’s handstand challenge on social media.
As celebrities practise social distancing from their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic, Holland decided to challenge his friend and fellow actor Jake Gyllenhaal to a competition that saw the pair attempt to put on a shirt while doing a handstand.
The challenge, which has since gone viral, prompted Jones, a professional bobsledder and hurdler, to try the workout for herself.

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“When I saw Spider-Man and Jake Gyllenhaal do a handstand challenge with one shirt… first I want to thank them for having their shirt off because I haven’t seen a man in 25 days and also,” the Olympian wrote on Twitter, alongside a video of her attempting the challenge.
In the clip, Jones places her glass of wine on the floor before getting into position.

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Once she’s in a handstand, Jones then proceeds to put on two T-shirts. “Why God chose women to deliver kids in three… two… one… “ she wrote in another caption.
Jones concludes the video, which has since been viewed more than 67,000 times, by taking another sip of her wine while still holding herself upside down.
“Awesome!! You totally outdid them all,” one person tweeted.
Another said: “Thank you for showing them girl power in action.”

Previously, Ryan Reynolds shared his reaction to being nominated to try the challenge, sharing a video of himself watching Holland do a handstand before stating: “No!”

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Innovative AI and Machine-Learning Technology That Detects Emotion Wins Top Award- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

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CampaignTester™ was awarded Best Application of Artificial Intelligence to Optimize Creative at the 2020 Campaigns & Elections Reed Awards.
CampaignTester™ is a cutting-edge mobile-based platform that utilizes emotion analytics and machine learning to detect a user’s emotion and engagement level while watching video content. Their proprietary platform aims to deliver key audience insights for organizations to validate, revise and perfect their video content messaging.
Campaigns & Elections Reed Award winners represent the “best-of-the-best” in the political campaign and advocacy industries. The 2020 Reed Awards honored winners across 16 distinct category groups, representing the different specialisms of the political campaign industry, with distinct category groups for International (non-US) work, and Grassroots Advocacy work.
“It was particularly meaningful being recognized among some of the finest marketers and technologists in the world.” Bill Lickson, CampaignTester’s Chief Operating Officer affirmed. “I was thrilled and honored to accept this prestigious award on behalf of our entire talented team.”
Aaron Itzkowitz, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of CampaignTester™ added, “This award is a great start to what looks to be a wonderful year for our client-partners and our company. While our technology was recognized for excellence in political marketing, our technology is for any industry that uses video in marketing”

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Lendlease wins bid for $28m smart building grant – Strategy – Projects- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

A consortium led by industrial and research heavyweights including Lendlease, Monash University, the University of Melbourne and BlueScope has won a $28 million grant from the Australian government to establish a new research centre for smart building solutions.
The Building 4.0 Co-operative Research Centre will combine the government’s grant with $103 million from a total 30 industry, government and research partners to overhaul the way buildings are designed and manufactured in Australia.
Other backers for the project, who have been agitating for the CRC since July last year, include the likes of the Master Builders Association of Victoria, Salesforce, and Standards Australia.
It will focus on digitally-enabled solutions and new manufacturing products to develop a more tech-focused, collaborative industry that can deliver better buildings faster, cheaper and safer.
These efficiencies are expected to be driven by increased use of data science and artificial intelligence, which would enable further adoption of robotic and digital fabrication processes across all stages of a project’s lifespan, from development, design, production and assembly through to operation, maintenance and end-of-life.
Some of the outcomes the CRC hopes to achieve include:

30 percent reduction in project costs through digital technology and off-site manufacturing
40 percent reduction in project delays
80 percent reduction in construction waste
50 percent reduction in Co2 emissions for more sustainable buildings

Chief executive of Engineers Australia, Dr Bronwyn Evans, will chair the Monash University-headquartered CRC.
“The Building 4.0 CRC is going to be a really important factor in making sure we have a competitive future and we are addressing those broad sector needs,” Evans said.
Gavin Tonnet, Australian CEO of CRC collaborator Donovan Group, said that the CRC will be important for construction companies and their clients in visualising and realising buildings in real-time.
“The purpose is to transform the way that consumers and builders design and buy buildings by providing easy-to-use browsing-based software that allows them to custom-design, visualise and price buildings in an engineering compliant way,” Tonnet said.
Bill Ruh, Lendlease’s chief executive officer of digital added that the company’s investment in the CRC is essential to the research and development of solutions needed to meet its commitments to creating a safer, more sustainable industry.

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Telstra wins CBD payphone war with councils – Finance – Hardware – Telco/ISP- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Telstra has won a battle of sorts against three Australian CBD city councils over what constitutes a phone box under federal law – versus what local governments claimed is a big electronic billboard rollout cunningly disguised as new “smart” cabinets.
In an intriguing rebuff to an attempt to secure federal intervention by Melbourne City Council –backed by Brisbane City Council and the City of Sydney – the Federal Court on Tuesday determined that a phone box is just a phone box … at least until the ads are actually switched on.
The battle between Telstra and city planners across three states is a litmus test over how Telstra can continue to use and apply a “low impact” threshold to phone boxes and booths that have for decades let it bypass council permissions by using telecommunications regulations to trump council planning powers.
The decision is an important one because it will affect councils across Australia.
Councils, which regulate and charge fees to permit outdoor advertising, had accused Telstra of sneaking in new phone booths with large electronic displays under the ‘low impact’ rules as a way to gazump their control over outdoor ads.
Under the ‘low impact’ regulations phone booths can have ads and bypass council controls; but they have to be ads about phone services, rather than third party ads for the likes of handbags, fast food Netflix or nearby attractions.
Tuesday’s ruling by Federal Court Justice David O’Callaghan maintained that definition – albeit with the catch that Telstra will have to apply for new planning permission if it wanted to make the new electronic billboards display non-Telstra ads.
Councils, which traditionally sell advertising rights to street furniture providers like JCDecaux to offset the cost of that infrastructure, are deeply unhappy that what used to be community infrastructure is now eroding their ad revenue base.
The biggest rub for councils is that Telstra will now be converting its fleet of increasingly under-utilised payphone boxes into an street advertising property play without councils getting a say where the boxes can and can’t be – which effectively dilutes the value of advertising sites the councils can clip.
“It is apparent from the evidence that Telstra and [JCDecaux] are seeking to take advantage of Part 6 of the Determination to install structures that act as electronic billboards for third-party commercial advertising, in ideal revenue-generating locations throughout Australia’s capital cities (and other population centres), and by doing so, avoid the need to comply with State town planning laws, or obtain landowner consent,” Melbourne City Council submitted.
“The means by which Telstra is seeking to engineer that outcome is by attaching a payphone instrument to one side of a panel structure, and calling it a ‘public payphone cabinet’.”
One of the more amusing arguments run by the councils was that the inclusion of a USB charger port on the new phone booths sufficiently deviated from the core use of the phone box to cross the legal line because it “is not a use for either a carriage or content service within the meaning of criterion.”
Which didn’t get it very far.
“The presence of the USB charger is understood to be trivial and thus irrelevant to the relevant inquiry, then leaving aside the question whether planning permission is given to display commercial advertising on them, the New Payphone Cabinets satisfy the definitional requirements of a low-impact facility, on the (balance of) the Councils’ own case,” Justice O’Callaghan wrote.
The judge was also underwhelmed by various definitional arguments as to what made a phone box a phone box in terms of its construction.
He said that Melbourne City Council had “invoked the Macquarie Dictionary definitions of “cabinet” including “a piece of furniture with shelves, drawers, etc., for holding or displaying valuable objects, dishes”; “a piece of furniture holding a record-player, radio, television, or the like”; and “a case with compartments for precious objects, etc.”.
Melbourne also fell back on the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary and cited the definitions of “A secret receptacle, a repository”; “[a] case or cupboard with drawers, shelves, etc., for storing or displaying objects”; “[a] small chamber; a private room”; “[a] small cabin; a tent; a rustic lodging; an animal’s den”.”
People living nearby Telstra payphones might empathise with the descriptions of a rustic lodging or animal’s den given the frequent misuse of booths for a range of anti-social activities, but Justice O’Callaghan did not.
“I reject that submission,” Justice O’Callaghan wrote.

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Telstra wins payphone electronic advertising row – Finance – Hardware – Telco/ISP- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Telstra has won a battle of sorts against three Australian CBD city councils over what constitutes a phone box under federal law – versus what local governments claimed is a big electronic billboard rollout cunningly disguised as new “smart” cabinets.
In an intriguing rebuff to an attempt to secure federal intervention by Melbourne City Council –backed by Brisbane City Council and the City of Sydney – the Federal Court on Tuesday determined that a phone box is just a phone box … at least until the ads are actually switched on.
The battle between Telstra and city planners across three states is a litmus test over how Telstra can continue to use and apply a “low impact” threshold to phone boxes and booths that have for decades let it bypass council permissions by using telecommunications regulations to trump council planning powers.
The decision is an important one because it will affect councils across Australia.
Councils, which regulate and charge fees to permit outdoor advertising, had accused Telstra of sneaking in new phone booths with large electronic displays under the ‘low impact’ rules as a way to gazump their control over outdoor ads.
Under the ‘low impact’ regulations phone booths can have ads and bypass council controls; but they have to be ads about phone services, rather than third party ads for the likes of handbags, fast food Netflix or nearby attractions.
Tuesday’s ruling by Federal Court Justice David O’Callaghan maintained that definition – albeit with the catch that Telstra will have to apply for new planning permission if it wanted to make the new electronic billboards display non-Telstra ads.
Councils, which traditionally sell advertising rights to street furniture providers like JCDecaux to offset the cost of that infrastructure, are deeply unhappy that what used to be community infrastructure is now eroding their ad revenue base.
The biggest rub for councils is that Telstra will now be converting its fleet of increasingly under-utilised payphone boxes into an street advertising property play without councils getting a say where the boxes can and can’t be – which effectively dilutes the value of advertising sites the councils can clip.
“It is apparent from the evidence that Telstra and [JCDecaux] are seeking to take advantage of Part 6 of the Determination to install structures that act as electronic billboards for third-party commercial advertising, in ideal revenue-generating locations throughout Australia’s capital cities (and other population centres), and by doing so, avoid the need to comply with State town planning laws, or obtain landowner consent,” Melbourne City Council submitted.
“The means by which Telstra is seeking to engineer that outcome is by attaching a payphone instrument to one side of a panel structure, and calling it a ‘public payphone cabinet’.”
One of the more amusing arguments run by the councils was that the inclusion of a USB charger port on the new phone booths sufficiently deviated from the core use of the phone box to cross the legal line because it “is not a use for either a carriage or content service within the meaning of criterion.”
Which didn’t get it very far.
“The presence of the USB charger is understood to be trivial and thus irrelevant to the relevant inquiry, then leaving aside the question whether planning permission is given to display commercial advertising on them, the New Payphone Cabinets satisfy the definitional requirements of a low-impact facility, on the (balance of) the Councils’ own case,” Justice O’Callaghan wrote.
The judge was also underwhelmed by various definitional arguments as to what made a phone box a phone box in terms of its construction.
He said that Melbourne City Council had “invoked the Macquarie Dictionary definitions of “cabinet” including “a piece of furniture with shelves, drawers, etc., for holding or displaying valuable objects, dishes”; “a piece of furniture holding a record-player, radio, television, or the like”; and “a case with compartments for precious objects, etc.”.
Melbourne also fell back on the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary and cited the definitions of “A secret receptacle, a repository”; “[a] case or cupboard with drawers, shelves, etc., for storing or displaying objects”; “[a] small chamber; a private room”; “[a] small cabin; a tent; a rustic lodging; an animal’s den”.”
People living nearby Telstra payphones might empathise with the descriptions of a rustic lodging or animal’s den given the frequent misuse of booths for a range of anti-social activities, but Justice O’Callaghan did not.
“I reject that submission,” Justice O’Callaghan wrote.

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DTA’s answer to digital ID wins best federal govt IT project – Projects- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The Digital Transformation Agency’s work wrangling Australia’s digital identity problem has earned it the top prize in the federal government category of the iTnews Benchmark Awards for 2020.
The agency took out the trophy for its massive Govpass digital identity project, which consists of an extensive policy framework, dubbed the trusted digital identity framework, and two major IT platforms.
The opt-in scheme has been on the runway since a 2014 report recently declared the country’s identity environment fragmented and uncoordinated and recommended a national federated digital identity be developed.
But it wasn’t until last year that the the core infrastructure was deployed to production in preparation for the public beta launch of the Australian Taxation Office’s myGovID identity credential.
The project scored points for its sophisticated decentralised model that uses a ‘double-blind’ to ensure that a person’s identity credential is not shared with third-party services by identity providers.
While still in its infancy, the scheme promises to transform how individuals access government services, and in the future could be used to access private sector and state and territory government services.  
You can read more about the DTA’s work alongside the other winning projects and finalists here.
Winners were announced at the iTnews Benchmark Awards 2020 gala dinner held at KPMG’s Sydney Office in Barangaroo.

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Feros Care wins iTnews Benchmark Award for best healthcare project – Projects- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Feros Care has taken out the iTnews Benchmark Award for best healthcare project for its integration of Google Assistant technologies into its in-home aged care services.
Using Google Actions and the DialogFlow natural language processor along with custom APIs, Feros Care was able to create a voice activated system that connected with its MyFeros portal, used for everything from checking appointments to requesting assistance.
The portal captures every client interaction, including medical interventions and advice, to help seniors self-manage their experience to boost independence while reducing their reliance on the company’s call centre.
The conversational tone of the smart assistant overcomes many of the user-experience and accessibility issues aged care residents had with other digital interfaces.
Feros Care used Google Actions and the DialogFlow natural language processor along with custom APIs to build the functionality, and have since gone on to integrate it with smart home devices such as locks to save clients the trouble (and large amount of time) of having to get up to open the door for Feros’ service providers when an appointment is scheduled.
Clients can also use the service to check who those service providers are by accessing cards sent to their TVs through Google Hub and Chromecast – a service which has proved to be immensely comforting when a regular nurse, cleaner or occupational therapist is away.
Residents have welcomed the new technologies into their home and have had over 2400 messages delivered through the assistant.
You can read more about Feros Care’s work alongside the other winning projects and finalists here.
Winners were announced at the iTnews Benchmark Awards 2020 gala dinner held at KPMG’s Sydney Office in Barangaroo.

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