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?
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.
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.
Insights from prestigious NeurIPS machine learning conference
Papers covered a range of topics, from using deep reinforcement learning to prove theorems from scratch, to deep learning and model selection. Read on to learn more about each paper accepted to the conference.
Meet Stela Solar, Director of the National AI Centre
Meet Stela Solar, our new Director of the National AI Centre. Stela is returning from her position as Global Director – Artificial Intelligence Solution Sales and Strategy at Microsoft in the US to lead the National AI Centre.
How SMEs can harness the power of AI
Artificial intelligence (AI) can affect and benefit SMEs in two ways: by altering their business environment and making the conditions they do business in easier, and by helping them to change their business models and practices, leading to increased productivity and outreach, and to scale up their operations.
How Australia becomes a global leader in digital innovation
It’s easy to be pessimistic when the latest global rankings on innovation come out, but we actually have a lot to be positive about. When it comes to emerging digital technologies, Australia is performing rather well. Take artificial intelligence as an example.