Science & Technology Australia says we should raise investment levels in R&D to become a global STEM superpower.
Monash University and the Monash Data Futures Institute are hosting an online seminar to discuss the creeping use of AI into classrooms and schools.
Oxford Economics says the Australian region will be changed by robotics in the near future, so one Melbourne junior school is getting a jump on the curriculum.
As machines become more sophisticated, will artificial intelligence be the evolution or the end of art?
A new Australian-first chatbot has been launched to provide students with psychoeducational and wellbeing support to encourage positive mental health.
A new Certified AI Professional course has been developed for aspiring AI developers and machine learning (ML) professionals.
Robots that sort e-waste and 100% biodegradable food storage are just two of the award-winning ideas from the inaugural I-ACE Hackathon.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, women from the energy sector spoke with Melbourne school kids to encourage participation in STEM.
Women in AI is a global network of female experts and professionals in the field of artificial intelligence, aiming to encourage participation.
It's never too early to get kids interested in science, according to University of Technology Sydney (UTS) academics.
The Curious Minds program immerses under-represented girls in six months of STEM extension learning and mentoring.
SAE Creative Media Institute is using cutting-edge VR technology to deliver an immersive experience for audio students.
Industry leaders and academics examine the impact of COVID-19 and analyse the skills required to drive accelerated digital transformation.
The post-school destinations of public high school students in NSW will be tracked from 2022 to better measure education success.
Macquarie University has partnered with IBM and developed a free online course covering artificial intelligence (AI), suitable for teachers of K-12.