Charles Sturt University is set to boost cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI) research and unlock the potential for digital regional discovery and regional futures, as Professor Ganna Pogrebna is appointed the inaugural academic director of the Charles Sturt Cybersecurity and Data Science Institute.
Today, the capability and reach of artificial intelligence (AI) is continually expanding as the technology grows in complexity. As a result, engineers are faced with new challenges as they are tasked with integrating AI into systems. Part of the complexity stems from the recognition that AI models are only as effective as the data they’re … Continue reading A look in the engineers’ toolbox: The intersection of AI and simulation
Israeli tech firm, Data Science Group, has partnered with the Victorian state government to establish an Australian AI Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Melbourne, which will create up to 36 new jobs in the AI field.
The federal government has launched the National Artificial Intelligence Centre to help unlock the potential of AI for business, by coordinating Australia’s AI expertise and capabilities.
The CSIRO will contribute to global efforts to design a new capability called “Collaborative Intelligence,” reinventing the way humans and AI work together via the Collaborative Intelligence (CINTEL) Future Science Platform.
Telstra and Quantium have announced their intent to form a new joint venture to unlock the full potential of data and AI for Telstra and its customers.
Swinburne University of Technology has partnered with a traffic data and mobility insights company, Intelematics, to develop a new model that can predict traffic patterns up to 60 minutes in advance, using machine learning.
In an unprecedented leap from current computers, quantum computing could run the transport network in NSW, reducing delays, improving reliability and optimising journeys.
University of Wollongong (UOW) researchers will share in $1.2 million in funding as part of a federal government program to strengthen Australia’s critical geospatial intelligence capabilities through AI.
Monash University researchers and Opturion, an optimisation technology company, have developed a cloud-based rostering system called AlertSafe to improve alertness, productivity and safety among shift workers.
The New South Wales government’s Centre for Work Health and Safety is developing a digital Artificial Intelligence (AI) Risk Management Tool, to help businesses manage workplace health and safety (WHS) risks when introducing and using the technology.
University of Southern Queensland (USQ) researchers have been called on to develop highly advanced artificial intelligence for a radio system that will transform the way Australian soldiers communicate on the battlefield.
ABB has announced a partnership with Silicon Valley AI start-up Covariant to bring AI-enabled robotics solutions to market, starting with a fully autonomous warehouse order fulfilment solution. BB launched a global competition in 2019 to assess 20 leading AI technology start-ups on their approach to solutions for 26 real-world picking, packing and sorting challenges. The … Continue reading ABB partners with Covariant on AI-enabled robotics solutions
Monash University has secured $4.3 million in funding from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) to lead four major data and cloud infrastructure science projects, advancing the artificial intelligence (AI), data science and research technology capabilities at the university. The four projects focus on building scalable data environments for data-centric research, sensitive data and strengthening … Continue reading Monash University awarded funding for advanced technology research
Over the last two years, APS Industrial has been the master distributor of Siemens industrial low-voltage electrical and automation products in Australia. PACE speaks with Justin Farrell from Siemens and Simon Kearney from APS Industrial to discuss the recent trends in industrial automation technology. Coming under the broad umbrella of “Industry 4.0”, recent trends in … Continue reading Getting the edge in industrial automation
Australia has won its bid to host a major international machine learning event, the Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), in 2021. CSIRO’s Data61, in partnership with strategic bidding organisation BESydney and with support from NSW state government, led the successful bid for the event, which will take place at the International Convention … Continue reading Sydney to host NeurIPS conference in 2021
A new Australian Research Council (ARC) centre co-funded by the federal government and universities will examine the possible uses and potential risks of autonomous decision-making technologies. The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society will be based at RMIT University and led by Professor Julian Thomas. The federal government will … Continue reading New ARC centre for automation to be based at RMIT
MathWorks has released a range of new capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink, including those in support of artificial intelligence, deep learning and the automotive industry. In addition, R2019b introduces new products in support of robotics and new training resources for event-based modelling, and updates and bug fixes across the MATLAB and Simulink product families. MATLAB … Continue reading MathWorks announces Release 2019b of MATLAB and Simulink
The federal government is hosting technology industry roundtables in an effort to boost collaboration and tackle challenges and opportunities facing the technology sector. The first roundtable was held last week, with another to be held this Thursday. Federal industry, science and technology minister Karen Andrews, who is hosting the roundtables, said that the technology industry … Continue reading Technology roundtables to boost industry collaboration
The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies will be the focus of Swinburne University’s Chancellor’s Lecture this year. The discussion will take place on August 8, and offer an opportunity for Swinburne experts to discuss the impact of emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning and autonomous systems, … Continue reading AI the theme of Swinburne Uni Chancellor’s Lecture