Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Petra Kuhnert
Statistician Dr Petra Kuhnert loves solving gnarly problems. Her work enables decision-makers to make fast, informed decisions under volatile and dynamic conditions. This International Women's Day, we spoke with Petra about how she is harnessing data and AI to improve the quality of decisions made about Australian agriculture and the environment.
Welcome Dr Gary Delaney, Research Director of Analytics and Decision Sciences
Meet Dr Gary Delaney, the new Research Director of Analytics and Decision Sciences at CSIRO's Data61. Here, he shares his career journey, the areas of opportunity he'll pursue in his new position, what you should know about artificial intelligence (AI) and his advice on the art of interdisciplinary collaboration.
The latest award-winning science at CSIRO’s Data61
Discover the innovation and impactfulness that sets these award winners apart and join us in congratulating the teams behind them.
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.
Meet Prof Didar Zowghi, Software Engineer for AI and AI Diversity and Inclusiveness
Introducing Prof Didar Zowghi, CSIRO's Data61's newly appointed Software Engineering for AI Lead. A leader in human-centric technology design and a renowned information technology educator, Professor Zowghi joins Data61 in January from the University of Technology. Here, she shares her career journey and highlights, goals for her new role, AI insights, and advice on pursuing a career in tech.
On the road to world-class transport system management
Decisions which previously relied on the manual integration of a dozen distinct systems/datasets at Transport for NSW can be made using one intelligent system. The result: a first of its kind system driving Sydney, and Australia, towards a smarter, safer and cleaner commute.
Coastal hazard assessment tool wins national environment and sustainability award
The Port Phillip Coast Hazard Assessment project, conducted by CSIRO’s Data61 in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), has received the Environment and Sustainability award at both the Victorian and National APSEA Industry Awards, held separately in March this year.
New version of Spark to be used nation-wide to model and predict bushfires
Australia will develop a nationally consistent bushfire modelling and prediction capability under an agreement announced of February 4th between CSIRO’s […]
Advanced data analytics ensuring employees receive the correct pay
Advanced data analytics will now ensure Australian workers are paid correctly after the launch of PaidRight, a spinout of CSIRO’s Data61 and PwC. PaidRight’s platform uses advanced data analytics to enable employers to review the accuracy of their payroll.
World-first biosensor taking cues from oysters to monitor local environments
To improve oyster farming processes, and get the best oysters to your plate, CSIRO’s Data61 and the University of Tasmania have developed a world-first biosensor capable of detecting responses to environmental changes in sentinel animals in commercial environments.