Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Sarvnaz Karimi
A Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO's Data61, Dr Sarvnaz Karimi has over 12 years of experience working in health informatics, applying her expertise at the intersection of Information Retrieval, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Machine Learning.
The platform our scientists used to reveal insights into SARS-CoV-2’s behaviour
A team led by Professor Sean O’Donoghue, from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and CSIRO’s Data61, has produced a resource that can assist researchers with collaboration – and also with the virus’s invisibility. They’ve recently published a paper in Molecular Systems Biology detailing what they’ve done.
Improving ASEAN’s resilience through foresight in science, technology and innovation
Representatives from ASEAN nations came together to develop foresight skills in the areas of science, technology and innovation, to prepare […]
Data61’s 2020 Year in Review highlights
As we mark our fifth year, we take a look back at some of this year’s highlights, including our teams’ innovative COVID work, the research we’ve commercialised - such as the NSW Digital Twin and Wildcat robotic mapping technology – our joint report with Austrade on the future of global trade and investment, our numerous award wins and research paper acceptances, and finally, the appointment of Data61’s new Director, Jon Whittle.
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends: The New Normal report
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends identifies five megatrends that will reshape global trade and investment in the coming months and years in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the report offering nine strategic actions for governments and industry to position Australia for economic success.
The future of COVID-created workplace: Insights
Prior to the pandemic, around 30 per cent of Australians worked from home at least part-time, with these numbers steadily increasing year on year. The pandemic has drastically accelerated that shift, but permanency of this switch is now being scrutinised as organisations plan their post-pandemic operations.
Are you ready for the next wave of digital innovation?
Economic crises provide a rare opportunity to refresh the policy context, change direction and build new sources of wealth generation. Digital technology will be central to the rebuild of the Australian and global economies.
‘Tech will accelerate in dark times, says CSIRO’s Data61 boss’
Jon Whittle, the new boss of CSIRO’s Data61, the national science agency’s data and digital specialist division, believes some serious […]
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 […]