Summer of Science: Meet three of our vacation students
Hear first-hand what spending your summer at CSIRO’s Data61 is like from three of our vacation students. Taj Wedutenko, Olivia Dry and Cedar Lett are part of a cohort of 50 undergraduates working alongside our world-leading researchers to tackle some of our most pressing digital challenges.
Cyber Centaurs: a new weapon in the war against cyber attacks
Australia needs to grow its cyber security workforce to combat rising attacks, but the pressures of the job make it hard to attract and retain talent. We're pioneering research in collaborative intelligence to transform cyber security workflows and strengthen our defences.
Introducing multiple criteria decision analysis
Thinking about using multiple criteria decision analysis but don’t know how? This explainer video provides a great introduction with pointers on where to access more information and support.
Think Tanks to create paths to responsible and inclusive AI in business
Some of the brightest minds from across Australia’s AI ecosystem are set to come together to tackle the barriers to […]
Event: AI for Business – The State of Play
Join the National AI Centre, CEDA and the Turing Institute to examine the state of play for AI globally and discuss how Australian Businesses are adopting AI into BAU
A 300-tonne challenge for the AI industry
700,000 towels and sheets a week — that’s the 300-tonne challenge that Queensland’s Consolidated Linen Services (CLS) works through to […]
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Qinghua Lu
Meet Dr Qinghua Lu, the team leader of Data61's Software Engineering for AI program and an expert in blockchain and software architecture. We chat to her about her career, current projects, the creation of responsible AI, and what the STEM industry can do to attract and enable women.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Ms Lauren Hanson
A Mechanical Engineer in the Advanced Mechatronics System Team within the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO's Data61, Ms Lauren Hanson has helped create world-class communications nodes for the DARPA Subt team and is currently designing dynamic tracked robots.
How team CSIRO’s Data61 won silver at the ‘Robot Olympics’
Here, Team Leader of team CSIRO’s Data61 and Group Leader of Data61’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group Dr Navinda Kottege shares a behind-the-scenes look at the techniques, strategies, and technology the team employed during the Challenge.