The artificial intelligence boom means a multi-trillion dollar industry is coming into existence before our eyes. With great opportunity come great risks, as two important new Australian reports show.
Finding police officers with superior face recognition abilities is now backed by science.
There is no blood test to identify the risk of non-genetic Parkinson’s disease, but that may change if UNSW chemists’ new machine-learning tool is validated.
AI is going to fundamentally transform how nations wage far. By failing to address it, the defence review leaves Australia unprepared for the future of war.
Pausing AI development will give our governments and culture time to catch up with and steer the rush of new technology.
Artificial intelligence offers exciting new ways to work and learn, but there are reasons to be careful.
With the advent of ChatGPT, now is the time for universities to embark on a grand new adventure, write UNSW Business School's Chona Ryan, Christine Van Toorn, Eric Lim, Michael Cahalane and Sam Kirshner.
UNSW expert Dr Beena Ahmed says the way we collect and analyse medical and health information in the future could improve life expectancy.
The sudden removal of ‘erotic’ features from the virtual friend app has left lovelorn users high and dry.
There won’t be an easy tech fix for the questions about authorship raised by ChatGPT and other text generators.