A picture of success: how artificial intelligence is advancing medical imaging
At the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we’re using artificial intelligence to help health professionals diagnose, monitor and treat disease.
Pathways to quantum careers
Building a career in quantum isn't without its challenges. Here's how these three women found a way.
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.
Everyday AI: How artificial intelligence is helping conservation
From identifying birds in the bush to helping locate destructive crown-of-thorns starfish in the Great Barrier Reef, find out how AI is being used in conservation.
Can chatbots improve our health and wellbeing?
Chatbots are useful, informative and fun to interact with. At the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we’re using them to reimagine healthcare.
From art to artificial intelligence with our vacation program
Our vacation program attracts the best and brightest university students from around Australia. Hear from Jenna about her experience in the program.
Your artificial intelligence (AI) questions, answered
How does AI work? Will it take my job? Should I be afraid of it? Conversations about AI are often filled with suspicion and fear. Our new podcast, Everyday AI, is here to change that.
The promise of seagrass pastures
Google, CSIRO and DFAT team up to support climate resilience – with help from AI.
Meet Sandra Occhipinti: Solving the Earth’s ‘jigsaw’ to locate critical minerals
Sandra's work in critical minerals stems from her fascination with solving puzzles – and it's made her a role model for women in geology.
Micro to macro: meet our imaging expert Dr Vivien Rolland
Dr Vivien Rolland leaves no leaf unturned. We spoke to the scientist behind our stunning microimages and plant biotechnology research.
Life is a song when you help save lives
Dr Aida Brankovic has shared her operatic-like journey from Bosnia to our Australian e-Health Research Centre.