Equipping robots with similar navigational skills has been a research challenge for some time. PhD student Kejie Li has been working towards this leap through object-oriented SLAM, which enables robots to recognise objects in context.
With investment in AI becoming increasingly important, AIML was delighted to host a discussion between Senator Rex Patrick and Adept students from the University of Adelaide studying computer science about the benefits AI can bring to our economy and our country more broadly.
Congratulations to AIML’s Professor Gustavo Carneiro who is part of the MRFF grant awarded to St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research, allocating $2,260,100 in funding to research breast cancer screening technologies using AI!
Dr Paul Dalby, Business Development Manger at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning, is one of five Australians selected to represent the nation in the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI).
AIML features in an article with one of our partners, AiLab, on the long term potential of machine learning and the exciting opportunities that it creates for Australia.
AIML Director Professor Anton van den Hengel was recently interview by AiThority, you can read the full interview here.
Researchers proving how machine learning can help detect dangerous polyps.The South Australian researchers are finding new ways to better pinpoint suspicious polyps using artificial intelligence in the fight against deadly bowel cancer.
Students interested in applying for an Industry PhD Scholarship in machine learning at the University of Adelaide can find more details here.
Dr Jamie Sherrah has created an AI keyboard that creates its own lyrics as a way to demonstrate machine learning’s capacities outside the usual sectors.