NSW and Microsoft partner to develop machine-learning network

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The government of New South Wales announced a partnership between the Data Analytics Centre and Microsoft to develop a proof-of-concept machine-learning neural network to categorize how the state’s budget is allocated each year and help determine its value-added, CIO reports. NSW Minister of Finance, Services and Property Victor Dominello said, “Our partnership with Microsoft will allow the NSW DAC to go a step further, servicing not just NSW government agencies, but governments and corporates around the world.� Managing Director of Microsoft Australia Steven Worrall called NSW a “genuine trailblazer� and said, “This really has the potential to shift the dial on data analytics for government and private enterprise.� Full Story

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