artificial intelligence

David Goad (left) and Stephen Porges (right) at the UNSW Business Innovation Conference 2019.

Artificial intelligence has changed the way that people do business, but does it mean that it will eliminate jobs?

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With Australia’s facial verification bill currently in draft, UNSW Senior Lecturer Dr Carmen Leong addresses how mass surveillance technology could impact the economy.

Kate Crawford Wallace Wurth Lecture

Distinguished New York University (NYU) Research Professor returns to UNSW Sydney to discuss the anatomy of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its social, environmental, economic and political implications.

Housing near Sydney's CBD

Researchers from the UNSW Built Environment City Analytics Lab are leading a project that will help homebuyers and investors make efficient and accurate land and property valuations.

AI in Australia

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can enhance Australia's wellbeing, lift the economy, improve environmental sustainability and create a more inclusive and fair society.

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Terms like 'artificial intelligence' are bandied about frequently, but a research group at UNSW Law is exploring what impact this kind of technology will really have on the legal profession.

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UNSW’s Founders 10x Accelerator Program helped a young entrepreneur prepare his building industry risk management tool for launch in the US.

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Scientia Professor Toby Walsh, Human Rights Commissioner Ed Santow and Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm discussed how artificial intelligence is shaping our world at a UNSW Alumni event, Engineering the Future: Q&AI.

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“We cannot hand over the decision as to who lives and who dies to machines. They do not have the ethics to do so.”

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Relationships with machines can never be a substitute for human contact, a UNSW Grand Challenges discussion heard this week. 

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