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AIML scientists were part of a winning team in NASA’s global space robotics competition. Here’s why they got involved
A group from The University of Adelaide was recently named as one of only 22 global teams to qualify for the Stage 2 competition round of the Space Robotics Challenge run by NASA in partnership with Space Center Houston.
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning had the pleasure of hosting the Australian National Youth Science Forum attendees for presentations and demonstrations from the researchers in earlier in January.
AIML Co-Director Professor Simon Lucey shares his firsthand perspective on the benefits of collaboration within research and with businesses and industry more broadly.
Congratulations to AIML’s Co-Director Professor Anton van den Hengel who was named as a 2020 Fellow of the Academy of Technology and Engineering.
Along with colleagues, Professor Gustavo Carneiro at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning is developing a new system to help orthopaedic surgeons find their way around inside knees that require surgery.
Artificial intelligence (AI) promises a lot when it comes to improving workplace efficiency - but what about the people involved, and how will AI affect them?
Join us for our 2020 wrap up with AIML Business Development Manager Dr Paul Dalby reporting on the achievements this year and AIML Co-Director Prof Simon Lucey presenting the vision for 2021.
You might not have heard of Pittsburgh, USA, but AIML Co-Director Professor Simon Lucey says it has a lot in common with his new home city of Adelaide.
A collaboration between two University of Adelaide Research Institutes, the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) and the Robinson Research Institute (RRI), is harnessing artificial intelligence to help change the way endometriosis is diagnosed and thus enhance patient care.
Machine Learning is at the centre of a new research push to improve health through tackling poor housing in Australia’s most vulnerable populations.