Computer Science and Engineering

Cricket coin toss

Game theory expert Haris Aziz says cricket should introduce a new way of conducting the toss so there’s less of an advantage gained just from calling heads or tails correctly.

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UNSW and Neutrality partner to develop secure computer operating systems that will protect critical humanitarian infrastructure.

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Beware of malicious files called Trojans that could give hackers access to your computer webcam without your knowledge.

A vaccinated person using the digital health passport app on their mobile phone.

UNSW legal and software engineering experts look at the implications of vaccine passports and the impact on people’s liberty and safety.

Big tech apps on mobile phone

New research shows that the variety of online players is shrinking rapidly, although the overall size of the worldwide web continues to expand and functional and geographic opportunities are rising.

Visualisation of digital verification

New blockchain architecture out of UNSW Engineering allows secure sharing and verification of credentials that has multiple real-world applications.

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The dark web is perceived as the underbelly of the internet world but it’s not all as negative as it may seem, says UNSW computer security expert.

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A team of Australian roboticists, who smashed their way to victory at the RoboCup world soccer championship in China for a seond year running, return home on Monday and will be holding a media conference at UNSW.

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Like their human counterparts in the recent football World Cup, Germany will be the team to beat at the RoboCup Championships in Brazil. VIDEO

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A team of soccer-playing robots programmed by UNSW engineering students has placed fourth in the 2013 RoboCup competition in the Netherlands.

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