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Welcoming Sydney's PC & Technology Users for over 40 Years

We meet at:-  Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street.  Check our Monthly Calendar, ↪ [Meetings] for times.  Visitors are always welcome.

Our Main Meetings start at 6:00 pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month via Zoom only.
Check our Monthly Calendar ↪ 'Meetings' and Weekly Newsletters for Login details.

April 2024 Main Meeting

With Alex having just returned from the Lenovo exhibition in Bangkok, he had plenty of items to present, and discuss. This included, Lenovo’s agreement with Anaconda® Inc., the leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and data science platform, to empower Lenovo’s trusted ThinkStation™ and ThinkPad™ workstation products.

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Alex also discussed and showed short videos on topics, including, Surface Pro 10 and Surface 6, Copilot AI, Intel Core processors, LG OLED TVs, Samsung products and much more.

Febuary videos
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March 2024 Main Meeting

As usual, this meeting covered a wide range of topics, and like always, Alex skilfully handled discussions including: security cameras, Robotic lawnmowers and various AI topics, including AI images, as seen here.

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AI came up a lot, during discussions, and it seems we're in for some amazing things soon. One was the OpenAI Sora video producer, where Alex showed totally-made-up drone footage following a vehicle racing along a winding dusty road somewhere, looking quite authentic with dust churning up from the wheels.

Alex also asked CoPilot to help with refreshing the Sydney PC User Group and it went into great detail about things we could do. All together, another very successful meeting.

February 2024 Main Meeting

Our first Main Meeting for the New Year was conducted via Zoom only, as in a recent survey, this format was shown to be more convenient for most members.

2024 CES expo
As always, Alex was on hand to deliver another excellent and interesting presentation, the first for 2024.
  Alex began by restating some of the online swindles highlighted by the National Anti-Scam Centre’s, ‘Scams Awareness Week’, that ran from 27 November to 1 December 2023. He warned that these criminals are continually creating new ways to scam even the most cautious people.

  Then, having just returned from attending the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Alex discussed some of the outstanding exhibits on show, including the latest AI advances, and showed some videos on the latest technology.


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