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UNSW biomedical engineers have developed new software that trains people with Parkinson’s to improve their gait.
Mona Awad and Paul Tremblay’s lawsuit claims their books were used without their consent. But copyright protection doesn’t apply to ideas – they’ll need to demonstrate the likelihood of economic loss.
UNSW researchers have been named as finalists in Australia’s most high-profile science awards.
UNSW academics have been presented with awards at the Collaborate Innovate 2023 conference for innovative projects in the areas of dentistry and artificial intelligence.
More than $13 million has been awarded across cloud gaming, recycling, manufacturing technologies, quantum computing, and sustainable healthcare packaging.
The University has placed equal 19th with the University of Sydney in the global rankings, reinforcing the city’s reputation as a top global city for higher education.
Dr Marlene Kanga AO, Dr Fatemeh Salehi and Dr Olivia Mirza were all recognised at the prestigious UNSW Women in Engineering Awards.
There are nine new grants for industry and community collaboration to fund research in engineering, law and science.
Academics from UNSW Science and UNSW Engineering were recognised for their work in artificial intelligence in health and AI innovation.
Machine learning can help extract important information from the huge numbers of plant specimens stored in herbaria, say UNSW Sydney scientists.
They prevent more deaths than almost any other single hospital intervention, but implementing Medical Emergency Teams in hospitals was no easy task.
Victor Dominello will lead the Trustworthy Digital Society Hub to advance digital services prioritising security and ethical considerations.
The new research hub will deliver technologies to address Australia’s critical infrastructure needs.
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.
Prof Salim received a Cisco Research Gift for her research into Mobility Question Answering (Q&A) for Natural-Language-based Spatio-Temporal Forecasting
Curious about how ChatGPT can help you at work? Be careful what company information might be given away while experimenting, warns a UNSW Business School professor.
On International Women’s Day 2023 (Wednesday 8 March), the UNSW Artificial Intelligence (AI) Institute, the Women in AI Australia network and the UNSW Data Science Hub (uDash) organised an event titled the ‘International Women's Day in AI and STEM Celebration – Cracking the Code’.
Congratulations to Associate Professors Ang Liu and Michael Kasumovic for each being awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, as part of the 2022 Australian Awards for University Teaaching (AAUT), a highly competitive and prestigious national accolade.
Researchers will develop solutions to tackle challenges relating to drought, environmentally harmful emissions and infectious diseases.
Today, if you want to find a good moving company, you might ask your favourite search engine – Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo perhaps – for some advice.
The past few years have seen an explosion in applications of artificial intelligence to creative fields. A new generation of image and text generators is delivering impressive results. Now AI has also found applications in music, too.
UNSW Sydney experts in computer science, business, and arts and media explain why ChatGPT can be valuable technology, if treated with caution.
In a rare piece of good news from Meta, artificial intelligence researchers at the company have just announced a scientific breakthrough. Their AI program named Cicero can now play the board game Diplomacy at a human level.
UNSW Researchers working on enhancing the learning experience of students with cognitive deficits have received the Google Inclusion Research Award.
UNSW Sydney has announced its 2022 Alumni Award winners at a gala event, celebrating 50 years since the presentation of the first Alumni Awards.