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The Australian Institute for Machine Learning has had six papers accepted to CVPR 2020! Congratulations to all of our researchers involved.
The University of Adelaide’s world-leading Australian Institute for Machine Learning – the largest research group of its kind in the nation – has today officially opened its new research and learning space at Adelaide’s innovation precinct, Lot Fourteen.
Experts have warned an immature legal framework, a lack of technologists on company boards, and poor collaboration between business and academia is preventing Australia from realising the full potential of rapid developments in artificial intelligence technology.
Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin (Director, Machine Learning for Space) as been announced as a finalist for the inaugural Australian Space Awards, in the Academic of the Year category.
Applications are now open for the position of Internal Grant-Funded Researcher. Follow the link for position description and how to apply.
Helping grapegrowers optimise their irrigation water use will be one of the first outcomes of a $5 million digital technologies project supporting on-farm decision making for winegrape production.
Congratulations to Dr Tat-Jun Chin, Professor Chunhua Shen, Professor Ian Reid and Dr Seyed Hamid Rezatofighi on their ARC Discovery Grant success.
Professor Anton van den Hengel was the keynote speaker at the third Future Thinkers event for 2019, ‘Are Robots Taking Our Jobs?’, and joined a panel discussion featuring Dr Michelle Perugini and Adrian Fahey from SAGE Group.
Professor Mark Jenkinson, known for his work in the fields of neuroscience and behaviour, is one of 12 researchers from the University of Adelaide to be named among the Highly Cited Researchers 2019 from the Web of Science Group.