Posts by Alison Donnellan
AI-powered spinal segmentation technology could ‘save radiologists and surgeons thousands of hours of work’
A new AI-powered piece of medtech segments spinal vertebrae, partner Singular Health anticipates a 95% accuracy in two minutes, which could enable medical professionals to better plan their surgeries.
Spotlight on Women in Tech – Dr Cecile Paris
We're talking to Dr Cecile Paris, Group Leader of the Knowledge Discovery and Management group at CSIRO's Data61, about her most impactful projects, career advice for anyone looking to break into the tech industry, and using natural language processing to study the emotional health of populations in real time.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Mehwish Nasim
Meet Dr Mehwish Nasim, a computational social scientist and researcher within the Software and Computational program at CSIRO's Data61. We're talking to her about pursuing a career in tech, closing the gender gap in STEM, and modelling the spread of misinformation on social media.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Katrina Lo Surdo
Meet Katrina Lo Surdo - she's an Electrical and Computer Engineer in the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO's Data61 and is a crucial member of our DARPA team, where she develops hardware and assists with the power and emergency stop circuitry for two robotic platforms.
Improving ASEAN’s resilience through foresight in science, technology and innovation
Representatives from ASEAN nations came together to develop foresight skills in the areas of science, technology and innovation, to prepare […]
This shape-changing robot can adapt to any outdoor environment
Described as the ‘Swiss army knife’ of robots, DyRET (Dynamic Robot for Embodied Testing) is thought to be the first quadruped that can morphologically adapt its structure insitu to efficiently traverse different outdoor environments. This novel capability could make DyRET a crucial tool in future search and rescue, monitoring and exploratory missions.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Sisi Liang
We're talking to software engineer Dr Sisi Liang from the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO's Data61 about what drew her to a career in tech, developing algorithms for computer vision applications, Industry 4.0, and how women can be encouraged from an early age to pursue an interest in STEM.
Australian Droid and Robot joins the Early Adopters Program
Since its launch late last year, the Early Adopters Program has been enabling Australian companies to trial and build upon low risk, affordable and […]
AI can now learn to influence human behaviour
Artificial intelligence (AI) is learning more about how to work with (and on) humans. A recent study has shown how […]