Researchers from AIML have 28 papers accepted for presentation at the virtual CVPR (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) conference coming up in June 2021. This further solidifies AIML's ranking of 2nd in the world for computer vision research published over the last 5 years.
Shin Fang is a PhD candidate at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML), University of Adelaide. She sees herself leading a research team in one of the world’s big technology companies and has built strong momentum to ensure success.
AIML scientists were part of a winning team in NASA’s global space robotics competition. Here’s why they got involved
A group from The University of Adelaide was recently named as one of only 22 global teams to qualify for the Stage 2 competition round of the Space Robotics Challenge run by NASA in partnership with Space Center Houston.
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning had the pleasure of hosting the Australian National Youth Science Forum attendees for presentations and demonstrations from the researchers in earlier in January.
Join us for our 2020 wrap up with AIML Business Development Manager Dr Paul Dalby reporting on the achievements this year and AIML Co-Director Prof Simon Lucey presenting the vision for 2021.
You might not have heard of Pittsburgh, USA, but AIML Co-Director Professor Simon Lucey says it has a lot in common with his new home city of Adelaide.
Congratulations to Professor Chunhua Shen for being listed in the top 5 researchers for Engineering and Computer Sciences as part of The Australian's Lifetime Achievers Leaderboard!
How two international students found PhD opportunities at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning
Doing a PhD overseas is an exciting prospect, especially if the destination is The Australian Institute of Machine Learning in Adelaide! Two researchers at AIML share their experience as international PhD students.
Why future journalists, biologists and farmers need more maths: Q&A with Professor Anton van den Hengel
It’s the time of year when high school and university students are having to lock in their subjects for 2021 and beyond. Particularly for those looking down the barrel of year 12, there’s a temptation to choose subjects that might reliably deliver a high final mark. But is that the best idea? We asked Professor Anton van den Hengel, Director, Australian Institute for Machine Learning.
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.