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Commbank’s Ceba, aka Reginald

Commbank’s Ceba LLM probably needs a little layer of coding love to protect itself against being hypnotised. Virtually every language model loves gossip – it’ll talk about anything when given enough encouragement. In fact, there’s a model in use by one aggregator that’ll just about read the CEO’s email – crazy stuff.

Commbank Website, 1995
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Commonwealth Bank’s First Website, 1995

A look back at the first Commonwealth Bank website back in 1995. Just two years later in 1997, and riddled with serious security holes, NetBank launched, offering 24-hour internet transaction banking services ” a first among the majors in Australian banking.

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The 2021 Death of Commbank’s Dollarmites

Dropped in 2021 in the bloody aftermath of the banking Royal Commission, the Dollarmites program was criticised for profiteering off children that were less likely to withdraw – essentially forcing a savings program onto those that wouldn’t otherwise engage in weekly banking – and creating a brand loyalty that often compromised choice (dominating the first account market gave the bank

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Commonwealth Bank Logo History

Do you remember the logo on your old Commonwealth Bank passbook? If you’re a vintage veteran of the Commonwealth Bank you’ll likely be most familiar with the yellow diamond design, but see if you recognise the branding from the pre-91 era. Commbank branding has seen two significant redesigns in its history. The first logo – introduced in 1911,

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Commbank, Hobart, 1914

Commbank, Hobart, 1914. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Cook’s Buildings, General Banking Department, 13th May 1914.