National AI Centre’s Artificial Intelligence Leadership Summit
Leaders from around the country flew into Sydney last Thursday to help drive Australia's artificial intelligence (AI) opportunity at the National AI Centre's (NAIC) AI Leadership Summit.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Maisie Li
Dr Maisie Li develops innovative tools, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML/AI), to help us get to the bottom of biology faster and with greater accuracy. We caught up with her to find out more and discover her gene-ius ideas for improving diversity in the AI workforce.
Can AI decide my New Year’s resolutions?
I asked two AI chatbots to set my New Year resolutions. Their responses highlight how far we are from AI “sentience.”
Think Tank to help Australian business scale AI
In this short series, we meet AI leaders who have taken the helm of the National AI Centre’s AI Think Tanks. Aurelie Jacquet leads the AI at Scale Think Tank and brings a wealth of international experience to the role.
Melanie McGrath: Unpacking trust in human-AI teams
An expert in social psychology, Melanie McGrath has spent her career researching what makes humans tick and exploring how we interact, behave in groups and relate to others. Now working with the Collaborative Intelligence (CINTEL) and Responsible Innovation FSPs, she's turned her attention to the way humans relate to a different kind of other: AI.
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
Leaders appointed for National AI Centre Think Tanks
Australian business has the potential to become known - maybe even famous - for the quality and responsibility of its AI deployment.
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.
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?