Australia’s lucrative exotic mushroom industry is set to benefit from the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) technology, as part of a new project aimed at improving efficiency and overall harvest yield while also reducing waste.
A new AI tool is helping scientists quickly identify crop plants that are more drought tolerant.
Food and drink like you've never experienced could be around the corner with advancements in flavour and aroma prediction and formulation using machine learning!
Sam works with Principal Machine Learning Engineer Dr Grant Osbourne and other colleagues at AIML to deliver technology solutions for partner industries, including businesses in the transport, health and medical, agriculture and technology sectors.
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.
Helping grapegrowers optimise their irrigation water use will be one of the first outcomes of a $5 million digital technologies project supporting on-farm decision making for winegrape production.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide (computer science, engineering, mathematics) attended workshop sessions earlier this year at the Loxton Research Centre along with Wine Australia and Riverland Wine.
A State Government grant will launch a digital precision control system pilot program for grape growers in the Riverland aiming to assist growers to optimise production and support overall vineyard efficiency, profitability and sustainability. Read the full media release here .
ACVT (now AIML) is working with the Australian Plant Accelerator on image-based phenomics and there are opportunities for co-supervised postgraduate scholarships.
The ACVT (now AIML) was recently awarded two grants from the Premier’s Science and Research Fund: