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Meet our Responsible AI Science leaders
There are many benefits to Artificial Intelligence (AI) - it can make fast work of huge amounts of data, speed up processes, and collaborate with humans to provide a better outcome than either could create on their own. However, if not done ethically, the development of AI technology can come with significant risks. For this reason, the development of responsible AI sits at the heart of our work and we have brought together one of the largest groups of responsible AI researchers in the country. Meet the science leaders guiding this work.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Mars Buttfield-Addison
Meet data scientist, astrophile, author and virtual universe builder Mars Buttfield-Addison. A PhD candidate based in our Sandy Bay Tasmania office, Mars is applying machine learning methods to detect and track satellites and space debris.
Challenge accepted for the Next Generation of graduates
After a competitive process, CSIRO has found it’s first 12 Next Generation AI and Emerging Technologies Graduates Programs. $10.4 million […]
The Next Generation of AI talent is coming
What comes to mind when you think of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) expert? Perhaps someone sitting at a computer with four screens and lines of code? Or someone working with a robot in a lab? But would you think of an English teacher? How about someone researching social good?
CSIRO, Eratos partner to help the world turn data into opportunity
A collaboration between Australia’s national science agency CSIRO and Eratos will help software engineers and researchers develop more informed, effective and scalable digital solutions for owners and managers of natural and built world assets.
Event recap: Australia’s National AI Centre and the opportunity for business
Did you miss the CSIRO Conversations: Australia's National AI Centre (NAIC) and the opportunity for business event? Don’t worry, we’ve put together a handy recap.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Kristen Moore, WIA nominee
Meet Dr Kristen Moore - Senior Research Scientist within our Distributed Systems Security group, artificial intelligence (AI) expert, and Women in AI 2022 award nominee. Recognised for her scientific excellence in the application of AI to cyber security, we chat to Dr Moore about her nomination, cyber deception, what she's working on now, and the advice she would give to women starting out in the tech industry.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Amelia Luu
A Robotics Field Engineer at CSIRO’s Data61, Amelia Luu is applying her skills and experience to help revolutionise Australian industries. A member of the Wildcat software team, Amelia considers collaborating with partners to integrate cutting-edge tech as one of her favourite parts of the job.
From CSIRO software engineer to start-up CEO: Silvia’s journey to revolutionising healthcare
Dr Silvia Pfeiffer's Coviu has been revolutionising patient care in Australia's medical industry for years. Here's how she went from a software engineer at CSIRO's Data61 to the CEO of one of the fastest growing companies in the nation.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Sarvnaz Karimi
A Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO's Data61, Dr Sarvnaz Karimi has over 12 years of experience working in health informatics, applying her expertise at the intersection of Information Retrieval, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Machine Learning.