AI

Close-up of a robotic hand assisting a person in filling out a form.

It's already happening – but there is a big difference between predicting judgement and exercising judgement and it's clear which one AI is better at.

people looking for jobs on their devices

Automation is set to put a lot of people out of work - but machine learning could help them find their next career.

Freelancer looking for work on laptop

Researchers at UTS and UNSW Sydney have developed a machine learning-based method that can identify and recommend jobs to workers looking for a new role.

Artificial intelligence presents unseen reputational and regulatory risks

While many organisations are implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions, there are costs and risks that need to be carefully considered. 

Toby Walsh with robot

Scientia Professor Toby Walsh has been recognised for his work to advance artificial intelligence.

Passersby watch Google office building

With companies increasingly handing decisions over to AI, tech giants like Google and Microsoft have to navigate the ethical challenges posed by machines.

Two female software programmers looking at computer screens.

Female students need to be tech agile because women are twice as vulnerable as men to losing their jobs to automation, says a UNSW tech expert.

A team of people working together on a project.

There are a number of important considerations organisations must take into account when it comes to business analytics, big data and ethical AI, according to UNSW Business School's Sam Kirshner.

Team Australia for the AI Song Contest with their song Beautiful the World

Inspired by the recent bushfires, the Australian AI-generated song samples koala, kookaburra and Tasmanian Devil calls to give it an authentic Australian character.

Futuristic android

AI systems are being taught the subtleties of human behaviour so that they may be better placed to predict our intentions.

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