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.
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.
Artificial intelligence is now part of our everyday lives – and its growing power is a double-edged sword
As the perils and wonders of artificial intelligence begin to permeate our lives, the ‘IPCC report for AI’ calls for action from researchers and government to ensure a safe future.
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.
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 […]
Advancing Supply Chain Integrity in Australian Agriculture workshop
To boost the value of Australia’s exports and build on our brand, we need to validate the quality, safety and […]
How machine learning is detecting seizures in people with traumatic brain injuries
By applying sensors, machine learning and energy harvesting technology, researchers at CSIRO, CSIRO’s Data61 and Australian medical device company Anatomics could prevent the development of seizure disorders in patients that have undergone decompressive surgery (craniectomy) through the creation of a data-driven and highly personalised treatment plan.
Designing trustworthy machine learning systems
Op-ed: Many methods have been developed to promote fairness, transparency and accountability in the predictions made by artificial intelligence and machine learning systems. A technical approach is often the focal point of these methodologies, however, to develop truly ethical machine learning systems that can be trusted by their users, it's important to supplement this with a human-centred approach.
Eight papers accepted at world’s most prestigious machine learning conference
Eight papers detailing bleeding-edge machine learning research written by scientists from CSIRO’s Data61 and collaborators have been accepted by NeurIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) 2020, the largest and most prestigious machine learning conference in the world.