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Getting junk out of space

A crack Australian team is using machine learning to tackle the threat of space junk wrecking new satellites.

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Laurie Anderson, machine learning artist-in-residence

The Australian Institute for Machine Learning and Sia Furler Institute at the University of Adelaide announce new initiatives at the intersection of art and artificial intelligence.

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Laurie Anderson and the meaning of meaning

The New York avant garde legend finds herself back in Adelaide to talk natural disasters, artificial intelligence, and finding meaning in a changing world. 

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Tech tackles art in world-leading hackathon

World-leaders in machine learning are drawing on South Australia’s artistic inspiration to push the boundaries between AI and art.

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Laurie Anderson to be first Art Intelligence artist-in-residence

Award-winning NYC avant-garde artist and creative pioneer, Laurie Anderson, is the inaugural artist-in-residence at Art Intelligence, a ground-breaking collaboration between the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) and Sia Furler Institute at the University of Adelaide.

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Art Intelligence Hackathon

We're giving you the chance to combine your art and tech skills at the Art Intelligence Hackathon on Friday 13 March, with special guest Laurie Anderson. 

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Is there a difference between machine learning and artificial intelligence?

Is there a difference between machine learning and artificial intelligence? Professor Anton van den Hengel spoke to Amanda Vanstone on Counterpoint about the difference between the two and the industries that AIML is working with to not only improve our lives but also to protect and enhance our working lives.

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SmartSat funding success

Congratulations to Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin  on his successful bid for SmartSat funding for his proposal Ultra-fine Attitude Control via Event-based Star Tracking and Piezoelectric Stabilisation.

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Six papers accepted to CVPR 2020

The Australian Institute for Machine Learning has had six papers accepted to CVPR 2020! Congratulations to all of our researchers involved.

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New home for world-leading innovation on Lot Fourteen

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.

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