14 January 2019

Every year, Australian Parliament produces thousands of pages of transcripts, evidencing attempts by government and opposition alike to out-do one another.

It's too much for the average individual to realistically wade through.

Staying reliably informed means we need to be able to analyse patterns from large, unstructured data sets.

19 December 2018

Rifling through the history books is always enlightening, even for an online business in the 21st century.

26 November 2018

Not so long ago, generations of young professionals arrived in workplaces that felt dated as soon as they stepped through the door.

8 November 2018

A lot of people are probably interested to know why we focus on smoothing the process for things like employee contracts and client paperwork - fairly run-of-the-mill office work.

My own personal history plays a big part in it.

4 October 2018

At Lexico, we’re really focused on automating paperwork.

Our goal is pretty simple – we want people to focus on questions and answers, not typing and editing.

20 September 2018

It’s tempting to think of technology as just another tool to give us more time to do other things.

But technology is fundamentally ingrained in the operations of every business.

3 September 2018

It’s tempting to think of technology as just another tool to give us more time to do other things.

But technology is fundamentally ingrained in the operations of every business.

18 June 2018

In the midst of intense Cold War hostilities, the Soviet system monitoring US activity sounded an alert.

7 March 2018

There's a common acronym in the world of software development known as 'DRY', or Don't Repeat Yourself.

It's a pretty simple concept.

All it means is that you should never write something twice when writing it once would suffice.