Researchers from CSIRO’s Data61 have formalised a technique to ‘vaccinate’ machine learning models against adversarial attacks and make them more robust.
Stories by George Nott
Street signs are everywhere, but where they are precisely is not always known by the local government authorities that manage them.
Two years late and $23.7 million over budget, the roll-out of a pathology lab information system by the Western Australia government has been slammed by the state’s auditor general.
A new centre which will ready a generation of skilled workers to enter Australia’s burgeoning space industry has officially launched in Sydney.
Chatbots provide a way for customers to transact with companies from wherever they are at any hour of the day.
The CEO-in-waiting of analytics software firm SAS, Oliver Schabenberger, has set out the company’s strategy to help clients bring more automation to their data science and AI efforts, at an event in Sydney this morning.
The Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia (RAC) is trialling it’s driverless electric shuttle bus in the seaside town of Busselton.
A firm which helps military veterans find technology and cyber security roles is now working with large companies to help them reskill existing workforces and stop cycles of ‘fire and rehire’.
Researchers from the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision are calling for large-scale, major trials of social robots in health and wellbeing settings, after an analysis of current experiments found them to be limited and few in number.
When investigating a crime, police often end up collecting terrabytes of digital evidence including emails, texts, social media posts, photographs and CCTV footage.
Dr Robin Beaman compares the feeling of collecting his USB sticks from boats returning from the Great Barrier Reef to opening gifts on Christmas morning.
NEC facial recognition technology will be used to screen athletes, volunteers and staff at stadiums and facilities at next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Recording a child coughing on a smartphone app has been found to be almost as effective at diagnosing common childhood respiratory disorders as a panel of paediatricians who had met with the child and reviewed X-rays, lab results and hospital charts.
Multinational mining company BHP has revealed it has been using its Pilbara iron ore mine Eastern Ridge as a test bed for innovations that, if deemed successful, will be rolled out across its wider operations.
Volvo engineers have been driving vehicles on real roads while wearing virtual reality headsets, dodging digital moose that run out in front of them.