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Scientists unveil fastest optical neuromorphic processor

14 January, 2021

Researchers have demonstrated a powerful optical neuromorphic processor for artificial intelligence that is capable of processing ultralarge-scale data.

Can we control super-intelligent AI? Scientists think not

13 January, 2021

Theoretical calculations performed by computer scientists have found that algorithms will not be able to control super-intelligent artificial intelligence.

Study explores link between gaming avatars and mental health

02 December, 2020

Cyber-psychologist Dr Vasileios Stavropolous will study the link between the online personas of gamers and mental health conditions they may be experiencing.

Managing truth and misinformation in online forums

16 October, 2020

Researchers are developing a platform that uses graph algorithms and machine learning technology to moderate and verify content shared on popular online forums.

Vic Young Tall Poppy awards recognise La Trobe professor

14 October, 2020

La Trobe University's Professor Ani Desai has received a Young Tall Poppy award for his dedication to researching technological solutions to real-world problems.

Two working groups established for Aussie blockchain roadmap

14 October, 2020

Two working groups have been established as part of the National Blockchain Roadmap to progress analysis of blockchain technology.

Why does virtual reality make some people feel sick?

24 August, 2020

UNSW researchers are investigating what causes cybersickness, an illness experienced while using head-mounted displays in virtual reality.

UTS unveils Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute

10 August, 2020

UTS has launched the Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute, which will oversee a major $3.3 million AI analysis project, led by ARC Future Fellow Lu Qin.

Preparing to live in a quantum computing world

14 July, 2020 by Avesta Hojjati

Despite the benefits that quantum computers promise to bring, there are clear and obvious risks that organisations will face from these machines.

Australia to make quantum leap in quantum tech research

26 May, 2020 by Amy Sarcevic

Australia's quantum technology sector could create as many as 16,000 jobs and $4 billion in annual revenue by 2040, according to a new report by CSIRO.

UniSA working on COVID-19 detecting drone

27 March, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

University of South Australia researchers and Canada's Draganfly are developing a drone capable of remotely monitoring COVID-19 outbreaks.

Standards Australia publishes AI roadmap

16 March, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Standards Australia has published a new report aimed at encouraging the development of responsible AI standards and policies.

NIST tests efficacy of mobile phone data recovery methods

30 January, 2020

National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers are hacking mobile phones to find out which forensic tools are best for data recovery.

ACS opens AI hub in Melbourne

17 December, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ACS has launched a new AI hub at its Docklands premises in Melbourne and has appointed a new Head of AI Community Development.

Survey: APAC digital transformation progress threatened by lack of business alignment

25 November, 2019

Two-thirds of organisations are piloting, scaling or deploying transformation programs, but disconnects in IT culture and delivery speed stand in the way.

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