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.
Our data-driven role in tackling COVID-19 in Indonesia
Complex problems require sophisticated solutions, and when it comes to adapting to a global pandemic, capturing and making sense of vast amounts of data […]
How machine learning is revolutionising genomic research
Have you ever wondered why you are as tall as you are? Or how you inherited a physical trait that your sibling […]
Machine learning reveals new insights about energy consumption in Australia
Energy prices often increase as the temperature fluctuates, but did you know that homes further inland tend to have higher levels of use regardless of the […]
This AI-powered platform can identify insect and snake species from photo
‘Is it venomous?’ is arguably one of the most common questions asked in Australia, home to 170 species of snakes […]
AI provides a picture of mental wellbeing from the bushfires and through COVID-19
It was an undeniably challenging start to 2020 for many Australians. The Black Summer of December and January destroyed environments, homes, businesses and communities, while in […]