News: Machine Learning

Long term potential of Machine Learning in Australia

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.

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AiThority Interview with Professor Anton van den Hengel

AIML Director Professor Anton van den Hengel was recently interview by AiThority, you can read the full interview here

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Are you an 'Art Snob'?

The ArtSnob application has been developed to provide an AI interpretation to artwork (and an alternative explanation that would usually be created by the artist or curator). 

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Applications open for ARC Grant-Funded Researcher

We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher for the ARC-funded project New Paradigms for Robust Fitting: Kernelisation and Polyhedral Search.

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Applications for Industry PhD Scholarship now open

Students interested in applying for an Industry PhD Scholarship in machine learning at the University of Adelaide can find more details here

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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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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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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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