D61+Live 2018 – Building robust AI
While artificial intelligence can undertake some tasks more efficiently than humans, there are other tasks it cannot adequately replicate. What happens if an autonomous vehicle interprets a tampered stop sign as a speed limit?
D61+Live 2018 – CSIRO’s Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley
Economic and social prosperity depends on change. Behind every breakthrough technology that drives change is science.CSIRO's Chief Scientist shares her experience on achieving breakthroughs in science over her 33 years at CSIRO, and what it takes to succeed.
Interviews and Highlights from D61+ Live
We speak to Peta Ellis, Samantha Wong and Adrian Turner, plus a highlights reel from the event
Australia’s $315bn digital opportunity – Data61 CEO talk at D61+Live
Digital innovation can deliver $315 billion in gross economic value to Australia over the next decade. Adrian Turner shares how we can capture this value and build our competitive advantage in key areas, as well as re-think our innovation system to drive scale.
A roadmap for artificial intelligence – have your say at D61+ Live
The ‘Artificial Intelligence Roadmap and Ethics Framework’ is a project being led by Data61’s Strategic Insight team, in partnership with […]
Molecular visualisation with Dr Michael Kuiper
What’s the process behind water turning into ice? Or salt dissolving? Or the makeup of air? Dr Michael Kuiper, a […]
D61+ Live – We chat with D61+ Live staff and guests about the event
A series of quick one-on-ones about D61+ Live, coming up next week - chatting about big ideas and big opportunities at D61+ Live. Grab your free tickets now!
Amazon 360: testing self-navigation in a novel landscape
A brand new 360 video featuring our robotics
D61+ Live – Machine learning expert Lachlan McCalman, on the near future of AI
"People are rightfully looking to how to correct errors in automation. It's a going to be a difficult challenge, but it's one we have to tackle"
D61+ Live – Keynote Stefan Hajkowicz, on digital megatrends and AI
"Digital megatrends are driving forces, reshaping the business landscape as digital technology improves. We'll be looking at what they are, and importantly, how your business, government or community organisation, can adapt to get through the mega trends"