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MoU reaffirms cooperation on health and AI

University of Adelaide and Aurecon Group sign a MoU

The University of Adelaide and Aurecon Group have marked a significant milestone in their relationship, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

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Australia’s potential as a global leader for surgical AI

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Australia and New Zealand could become international leaders in the safe use of artificial intelligence (AI) in surgery, but first there needs to be guidelines in place to safeguard patients, according to University of Adelaide experts.

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Doctor secures national scholarship to explore AI goals

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A medical doctor with an interest in artificial intelligence, who is also a University of Adelaide alum, has been awarded one of the prestigious 2024 General Sir John Monash Scholarships. 

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AI measure predicts hospital discharge

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The Adelaide Score, the brainchild of researchers at the University of Adelaide, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Health and Information (HI) collaborative, could be tested in South Australian hospitals later this year, following an extensive study which examined the performance of machine learning algorithms.

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AI research helps businesses make better decisions

Ben Papps, Hung Nguyen, and Duong Nguyen look at decision models.

The University of Adelaide and MTX Group have entered into a research collaboration to develop new insights in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).

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Could artificial intelligence be the antidote?

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As the worlds of artificial intelligence and medicine collide, the possibilities are endless…but what about the risks?

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Machine learning students say cheers with AI beers

AIML AI beer team

One of the world’s oldest industries now has a high-tech twist, with a new South Australian craft beer designed entirely by artificial intelligence (AI), thanks to a special project from the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) working in partnership with Barossa Valley Brewing.

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Adelaide at the centre of next generation AI research

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A new research centre that focuses on next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) technology will develop the high-calibre expertise Australia needs to compete in the coming machine learning-enabled global economy.

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Business tool reduces risk of implementing AI tech

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Companies exploring artificial intelligence (AI) to adapt their business operations now have a risk management tool to help them manage new potential workplace health and safety (WHS) risks when introducing and using the technology.

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Showcasing the creativity of our future workforce

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A team of University of Adelaide students has produced a new festival, which fuses technology and art, for South Australia.

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