The Australian Government today announced $3.7 million funding for the new Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Integrated Operations for Complex Resources.
Funded with another $2 million plus $6.8 million in-kind support from research and industry organisations, the $12.5 million centre will deliver enabling tools and train the next generation of scientists and engineers in advanced sensors, data analytics and artificial intelligence to increase value in mining and processing of complex resources.
Congratulations to Zhi Tian, supervised by Professor Chunhua Shen, who has been awarded a Google PhD Fellowship for 2019/20. This prestigious award is given for outstanding work during the PhD and supplements the student's scholarship as well as providing research mentoring from within Google.
Associate Professor Javen Shi discusses the work carried out by the DeepSightX team to eventually place 2nd in the Explorer Challenge.
Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin and Dr Bo Chen have won a global space challenge run by the European Space Agency, beating teams from a range of prominent universities.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin and Samya Bagchi. Their paper, Star Tracking using an Event Camera, was acknowledged as a Best Paper Award Finalist at the 2nd International Workshop on Event-based Vision and Smart Cameras at CVPR 2019. Read about their work here.
In an exciting new partnership, the Australian Institute for Machine Learning are supporting
AiLab (Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) in their mission to build global Artificial Intelligence
awareness and continuing to provide AI education for the wider community.
A team from the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) has come second in the OZ Minerals Explorer Challenge. The DeepSightX team’s analysis of mineral data from the Mount Woods project area predicts where new deposits of elements and minerals could lie.
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.