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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.

Enhancing student behaviour

01 September, 2021

Learn more about the partnership between Acer and UTS to deliver the Predator AI Analytics lab, helping academics to experiment with new ways of researching and enhancing student learning behaviour.

More focus needed on STEM career pathways

27 August, 2021

Industry, schools and governments need to work together to develop and implement STEM programs, according to Weld Australia.

Cloud supercomputing on AWS for RMIT

10 August, 2021

As part of a plan to drive digital innovation in research and education at scale, RMIT University will implement a dedicated cloud supercomputing facility on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Coding is kids' business

05 July, 2021

Codekids offers high-quality, kid-friendly coding classes for school-aged students.

New partnership offers free support for girls in STEM

02 July, 2021

A new partnership hopes to shift the ratio of male to female STEM students.

STEM innovation on display in WA

28 June, 2021

Students from across WA have showcased the innovative ways they are learning STEM subjects.

A vision to make Australia a global STEM superpower

25 June, 2021

Science & Technology Australia says we should raise investment levels in R&D to become a global STEM superpower.

Are we ready for the AI-driven classroom?

08 June, 2021

Monash University and the Monash Data Futures Institute are hosting an online seminar to discuss the creeping use of AI into classrooms and schools.

Tackling the STEM robotics curriculum

08 April, 2021

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.

Can artificial intelligence create art?

29 March, 2021

As machines become more sophisticated, will artificial intelligence be the evolution or the end of art?

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