Everyday AI: Can artificial intelligence be creative?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used to write poetry, generate visual art, and compose Grammy-award nominated pop albums. But how does it actually work?
Everyday AI: our innovations are music to your ears
Our podcast theme features some of our greatest innovations, from fast Wi-Fi to the insect repellent Aerogard, with a little help from AI.
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.
We studied suicide notes to learn about the language of despair – and we’re training AI chatbots to do the same
Individuals who experience suicidal thoughts can show signs of this in the language they use. We analysed more than 100 suicide notes to find these language patterns.
Meet Australia’s team of robot ‘Olympians’
Meet Dr Navinda Kottege and the robot 'Olympians' representing Australia in the DARPA Subterranean Final Challenge.
Developing smart collars for our best four-legged friends
Smart collars will be able to track an animal’s movements in real-time and provide updates straight to their owner’s phone.
Digital invisibility cloaks outsmart smart devices
New research has revealed smart camera object detectors can be exploited with digital invisibility cloaks.
Lunar ice and data science making Mars mission a reality
The moon will once again play a crucial role in the space race. But, this time, as a giant link in the planetary supply chain.
How computational science is advancing scientific discovery
Computational science helps us visualise complex scientific problems. Our new partnership with Microsoft can help us find even more solutions.
Critterpedia: Taking the guesswork out of animal spotting
A Data61 collaboration is seeing the construction of a tool that uses machine learning and citizen science to take the guesswork out of animal spotting.
Five ways we’re using data science during the COVID-19 pandemic
From analysing the SARS-CoV-2 genome to outlining in-demand jobs, we break down five ways we’ve employed data science in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.