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.
World-first biosensor taking cues from oysters to monitor local environments
To improve oyster farming processes, and get the best oysters to your plate, CSIRO’s Data61 and the University of Tasmania have developed a world-first biosensor capable of detecting responses to environmental changes in sentinel animals in commercial environments.
New research reveals it’s possible to digitally disappear from camera detection
New research from CSIRO’s Data61 in partnership with South Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University and the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC) has revealed that object detectors found in smart cameras can be exploited with relative ease.