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UNESCO program explores tech in education

16 May, 2022

A program enabling young people aged 14–18 to share views with experts from UNESCO has now reached students from 39 schools in 21 countries.

How AI is teaching students farming of the future

10 May, 2022

Microsoft provided funding for a CSIRO pilot program that provides students with experience using AI to tackle agricultural challenges.

3D atlas of brain to assist with education

12 April, 2022

A researcher from the University of Wollongong has mapped a living human brain to create a 3D atlas.

Students use coding to solve musical challenge

29 March, 2022

As part of a CSIRO program, Year 6 students in Perth have invented a device that makes music lessons easier for people with hearing impairments.

Students to be educated on drone safety at school

09 March, 2022

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority has provided new resources to helps parents and schools teach students about drone safety.

IT students help train custodial staff using VR

25 January, 2022

A student virtual reality project will be implemented by Youth Justice NSW, helping to train and upskill custodial staff.

How robotics prepares students for the jobs of the future

21 January, 2022 by Jason De Silveira, Managing Director – Nexxis

The fast pace of technology has presented some challenges in terms of a lack of skilled people working in the energy industry.

Preparing students for the age of AI

09 December, 2021

The Centre for Learning Analytics at Monash (CoLAM) has just been launched by Monash University.

Teaching kids to use drones for employment of the future

07 December, 2021

The drone sector is expected to become a burgeoning employment pathway for future generations.

Data profile tool to support student learning

23 November, 2021

Research that uses student data to create real-time assessments could be used to ensure that children are keeping up at school.

More STEM equipment provided for tech schools

15 November, 2021

Tech schools in Victoria will receive more government funding for equipment that will assist with STEM learning.

How AI-driven networks are shaping the education sector

15 October, 2021 by Jim Burke, Director of Sales and General Manager Australia at Juniper Networks

The education sector has seen drastic changes over the last few years, with a greater focus on digital learning and integration of technology into classrooms.

Why does the human brain learn faster than AI?

14 October, 2021

Variability between brain cells may be key to improving brain performance and future artificial intelligence (AI), new research suggests.

AI enhanced technologies improve academic performance

08 October, 2021

Interactive activities, discussions and AI technologies are more effective for learning than traditional lessons, research shows.

Using 3D visualisation as a learning tool

28 September, 2021

The benefits of virtual reality (VR) as an educational tool have been highlighted by researchers from New York University and University Wisconsin-Madison.

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