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New centre boosts AIML’s advanced machine learning research and innovation

AIML research programmer Thomas Rowntree working at a computer

Australia's advanced machine learning capability has received a boost, with a new $20m research and innovation initiative now underway at AIML.

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‘Set and forget’ machine learning delivers NASA prize-winning space innovation

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If you send a robot to the Moon, you’ve got to be sure it can do its job without constant human supervision.

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Congratulations! AIML PhD student awarded prestigious 2021 Google PhD Fellowship

Xinlong Wang

Congratulations to AIML PhD student Xinlong Wang who has been awarded the 2021 Google PhD Fellowship in Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision!

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We’ve recruited two new PhD students to advance exciting possibilities in machine learning and healthcare

X-Ray

Two new PhD students have recently joined the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) at the University of Adelaide to develop new ways to review patient scans and other types of clinical information.

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Artificial Intelligence update for your ears

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Australian Institute for Machine Learning members share some insights about AI and how it’s changing our lives in the 2021 Adelaide Festival of Ideas podcast.

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AIML student’s research in top 2% at prestigious global computer vision conference

Wei Yin

Congratulations to AIML PhD student Wei Yin who's work is in the top 2% of all papers accepted by CVPR!

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New funding rewards Adelaide machine learning capability and the power of citizen science to boost bushfire management across Australia

Bushfire

Researchers from AIML and USC will apply data collected through a new citizen science app to help predict the likelihood of bushfires in Australia and minimise their devastating effects. 

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Professor Ian Reid named a Fellow of Australian Academy of Science

Professor Ian Reid

Congratulations to Professor Ian Reid for his appointment as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science!

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The science of flavour: why food researchers are interested in machine learning

Eveline van Honk

Food and drink like you've never experienced could be around the corner with advancements in flavour and aroma prediction and formulation using machine learning!

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World class research is just one of the factors driving a technology boom in Adelaide

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Adelaide is a magnet for global talent in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning expertise – and that brings economic benefits for the whole country. Two top professors explain why Adelaide has a truly unique value proposition and is such a drawcard for high-tech innovation.

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