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16

Jul

Multidisciplinary team DeepSightX a winning combination in Explorer Challenge

Associate Professor Javen Shi discusses the work carried out by the DeepSightX team to eventually place 2nd in the Explorer Challenge. 

16

Jul

Post Estimation Challenge winners!

Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin and Dr Bo Chen have won a global space challenge run by the European Space Agency, beating teams from a range of prominent universities. 

09

Jul

Best Paper Finalist at CVPR 2019 Workshop

Congratulations to Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin and Samya Bagchi. Their paper, Star Tracking using an Event Camera, was acknowledged as a Best Paper Award Finalist at the 2nd International Workshop on Event-based Vision and Smart Cameras at CVPR 2019. Read about their work here

08

Jul

AiLab & AIML partnership - bringing industry and academia together for the good of AI

In an exciting new partnership, the Australian Institute for Machine Learning are supporting
AiLab (Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) in their mission to build global Artificial Intelligence
awareness and continuing to provide AI education for the wider community. 

01

Jul

AIML team predicts mineral deposits using AI

A team from the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) has come second in the OZ Minerals Explorer Challenge. The DeepSightX team’s analysis of mineral data from the Mount Woods project area predicts where new deposits of elements and minerals could lie. 

28

Jun

2nd place in Explorer Challenge

Congratulations to our team, DeepSightX, for placing 2nd in the Oz Minerals Explorer Challenge. 

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Multidisciplinary team DeepSightX a winning combination in Explorer Challenge

Associate Professor Javen Shi discusses the work carried out by the DeepSightX team to eventually place 2nd in the Explorer Challenge. 

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Post Estimation Challenge winners!

Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin and Dr Bo Chen have won a global space challenge run by the European Space Agency, beating teams from a range of prominent universities. 

Read more about Post Estimation Challenge winners!

Speeding disease diagnosis

A particularly exciting extension of AIML’s machine learning work is the University of Adelaide’s collaborative creation of the world’s first AI microbiology screening technology for use in pathology laboratories.

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