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New analysis shows Australia is losing the global race in artificial intelligence and will miss out on future jobs without major new investment to secure its position as a leading destination for AI research and development.
Adelaide would become the home of a national centre for smart machines, robotics and artificial intelligence under an ambitious pitch to address fears that Australia is losing the global race.
AI, robotics and other forms of smart automation have potential to deliver great economic benefits but also displace workers in jobs vulnerable to technological change.
Malignant. Benign. If a picture tells a thousand words, these are the two jostling foremost in a patient’s mind when a radiologist scans their body for a better image of that suspicious lump or mass.But there is so much more a picture can tell us about cancer, particularly if we consider the possibilities of artificial intelligence.
Congratulations to Clint Gamlin and Jordan Yeomans who have been awarded Lockheed Martin Scholarships.
The Australian Academy of Science has announced the successful recipients of this year’s J G Russell Award, which includes AIML’s Dr Qi Wu.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the great engines of change driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0, as it is commonly called – and Adelaide has quickly positioned itself as an important hub for helping businesses implement the great challenge to adapt and innovate.
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning and Lockheed Martin's STELaRLab are partnering with ADEPT (Adelaide Design and Engineering Practical Team). The agreement will open up opportunities for ADEPT members to work closely with industry. More here.
University of Adelaide researchers have been awarded more than $13.8 million for new research, with AIML receiving just over $1 million of those funds.