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Programming Australia to lead robotics globally
The robotics and autonomous systems sector is growing rapidly, and is set to be worth $23 billion by 2025. From self-driving cars and IoT-connected cities to autonomous drones creating 3D maps of underground mines, there’s no denying we’re in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution — the intersection of the physical and digital worlds.
March media wrap-up
This month, our work across robotics and blockchain took the spotlight. Media highlights: News of our Robotics Innovation Centre was […]
Making the virtual real: hypersonic flight and self-healing cars
Below is an extract of Data61 CEO Adrian Turner’s latest op-ed in the Australian Financial Review, examining the potential for […]
Would you take a trust leap in “distributed trust”?
Distributed trust technologies enable strangers and firms to work together reliably, despite limited trust in each other in increasingly complex […]
Robotics Innovation Centre Launch Gallery
On Tuesday the 12th of March, CSIRO's Data61 launched the Queensland-based Robotics Innovation Centre, or RIC. Below is a quick reel of photographs from the event. Enjoy!
How data science can help you beat traffic congestion
Transport is a trending topic, with Lyft and Uber looking to file for 'initial public offerings' (IPOs) shortly and companies putting out new products every other day to address various problems in transport – and it is about to get even hotter
D61+Live 2018 – Building robust AI
While artificial intelligence can undertake some tasks more efficiently than humans, there are other tasks it cannot adequately replicate. What happens if an autonomous vehicle interprets a tampered stop sign as a speed limit?
D61+Live 2018 – CSIRO’s Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley
Economic and social prosperity depends on change. Behind every breakthrough technology that drives change is science.CSIRO's Chief Scientist shares her experience on achieving breakthroughs in science over her 33 years at CSIRO, and what it takes to succeed.
February 2019 wrap-up
February was a busy month, which we spent getting back into the swing of things. Here's a wrap-up of the big stuff.
D61+Live 2018 – New frontiers in privacy preserving technology
Is absolute privacy a myth? Can we create value out of data sets while still ensuring anonymity? How can we keep data secure and private? At a time when data privacy is making headlines for all the wrong reasons, our experts explored new frontiers in privacy.