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AI for space research delivers back-to-back success in global satellite challenge

The AIML Space Pose Lightbox

South Australia’s leadership in space innovation has been recognised, with a University of Adelaide-led team securing first place in a global AI competition organised by the European Space Agency.

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University experts take top honours in science excellence

Professor Qiao is the Chair of Nanotechnology in the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials.

The University of Adelaide’s Professor Shizhang Qiao has been named as SA Scientist of the Year in this year’s Science Excellence and Innovation Awards.

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Students honoured in NASA robotics challenge

NASA Space Robotics Challenge Team University of Adelaide

A team of undergraduate and honours students from the University of Adelaide has been awarded third prize and US$75,000 in the NASA Space Robotics Challenge, as well as an Innovation Award for its work on critical challenges in the competition.

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Microsoft joins forces with Australian Institute for Machine Learning to soar into space

Nicholas Moretti and Professor Tat-Jun Chin

Microsoft has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Australian Institute for Machine Learning, to jointly explore how advanced cloud computing, AI, computer vision and machine learning can be applied in space, beyond Earth’s surface.

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$20 million Budget boost for world-leading AI research

Students from the Australian Institute for Machine Learning

Australia’s position as one of the world leaders in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will be further boosted thanks to $20 million announced in the Federal Budget towards a new national centre, to be based at the University of Adelaide.

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New home for world-leading innovation on Lot Fourteen

Professors Rathjen and van den Hengel with Premier Stevn Marshall in AIML

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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Driverless cars could lead to more traffic congestion

Autonomous or driverless vehicle in traffic

Driverless cars could worsen traffic congestion in the coming decades, partly because of drivers’ attitudes to the emerging technology and a lack of willingness to share their rides.

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