Posts by Rachel Lee
AI pioneer Geoffrey Hinton says AI is a new form of intelligence unlike our own. Have we been getting it wrong this whole time?
Dubbed the ‘godfather of AI’, Hinton’s early work helped pioneer many of the methods underlying the AI systems we see today.
Oh, the places you’ll go (with CSIRO)!
Samson Rogers invented a robot that sorts e-waste, won awards and presented at international conferences. But the real kicker? He’s still at high school.
From curious child to STEM Leader: Lessons from Veena Nair’s Journey
Meet Veena Nair: STEM education leader and winner of the 2022 Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools.
Torrents of Antarctic meltwater are slowing the currents that drive our vital ocean ‘overturning’ – and threaten its collapse
Australian scientists are warning that the Southern Ocean’s deep “overturning” circulation is slowing and headed for collapse.
Big prizes prepare schoolkids for life’s big challenges
Our STEM Together Future Shapers program is offering Year 5-10 students and their supporters the opportunity of a lifetime.
Everyday AI: Artificial intelligence and the final frontier
Whether or not life exists outside of our planet is a question that has inspired astronomers, scientists and philosophers throughout the ages. Now, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), we’re getting even closer to finding answers.
Fishing for knowledge through Indigenous studentship
Through a studentship with our Aquaculture team, undergraduate student Amarah Fiori took a deep dive into the research world and reeled in valuable skills.
Everything Everywhere All at Once: quantum physics explained
Wondering what's actually going on in Everything Everywhere All at Once? Aside from googly eyes and sausage fingers, the film explores ideas central to quantum physics.
What does the future hold for healthcare?
Wondering what the future of healthcare looks like? Here's what experts predicted at the 2023 Australian e-Health Research Centre annual research colloquium.
From classroom to the real-world: The value of inquiry-based learning
Inquiry-based learning is one of the most effective ways to engage students in STEM. Our STEM Community Partnerships Program is making it real for high school students.
Everyday AI: How artificial intelligence is shaping sport
From assisting umpires with line calls to making sport more accessible for vision-impaired audiences, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a mainstay in the way we play, watch and manage sport.