artificial intelligence

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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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A new UNSW open online course announced today arms employees and businesses to work in a rapidly evolving world affected by artificial intelligence, big data and robotics.

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Poorly managed artificial intelligence has the potential to undermine the application of law, Research Professor Mireille Hildebrandt, a global leader in AI and ethics, will warn during a lecture at UNSW Sydney on December 13.

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UNSW Law is leading research into how artificial intelligence is changing work for lawyers and how we all have access to justice.

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In his new book 2062: The World that AI Made, UNSW artificial intelligence expert Toby Walsh urges us to choose wisely as we define the effects on our lives of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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A who’s who of CEOs, engineers and scientists from the technology industry have signed a global pledge – co-organised by UNSW’s Toby Walsh – to oppose lethal autonomous weapons.

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