This thought-leadership event will support the building of a smarter, customer centric and fully digital NSW. We will work together with NSW residents, the private sector, industry and business leaders to harness the power of technology to deliver smarter, faster and easier services. NSW Government announced it has commissioned a metaverse study and has partnered
The fifth AAAI/ACM conference on Artificial intelligence, Ethics, and Society will be taking place at Oxford on the 1-3 August, 2022.
The fifth annual ACM FAccT conference brings together researchers and practitioners interested in fairness, accountability, and transparency in socio-technical systems. ACM FAccT 2022 builds on the success of the 2021 conference, which was held online. The 2022 conference will be held both in-person and online. The in-person conference will take place in the COEX exhibition centre in
A gala event to celebrate 50 Years of Computing at ANU Fifty years ago, 260 students enrolled in an introductory course called ‘Computer Science B01’. Nowadays, ANU has over 1200 full time students. In between, they grew from a sub-department of the Department of Statistics to their own department (1976), and now, a School –
WAI Awards 2022 will honour the top Australian and New Zealand women in AI: the pioneers who are taking the road less travelled; the women who are paving the way for others to reach even further and to dare to dream even bigger. Committed to supporting and rewarding excellence to women in AI, the WAI Awards 2022 will
Emerging technologies are shaping Australian society at an unprecedented scale. We believe in the power of students to tackle issues such as the future of work, automated decision-making and Industry 4.0. As such, we are excited to be collaborating with Tech for Social Good on the National Automation Forum event on Friday 1st October from
This instructor-led and guided one-day course (18 May 2021) is designed for professionals who use, or interact closely, with machine learning or statistical modelling, as well as the technical teams building them. It provides practical insights to AI uses in business in an interactive class with other students.
This two-day course (25-26 May 2021) develops the technical skills required to build systems that use machine learning to make automated decisions whilst also accounting for ethical objectives. It includes presentations, discussions, a group project, and hands-on interactive exercise modules.