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03May

10-Minute Online Survey on Willingness to Disclose Information

On behalf of QUT, we invite you to participate in a research project led by the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision’s social robotics team. It’s already got SoftBank’s social robot Pepper talking!The project investigates willingness to discuss topics in a digital or real-life context. This includ...

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03May

Visionary bots on the medical frontline

In an operating theatre near you, it is soon likely that ‘seeing’ robots will literally be working at the cutting edge. The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision’s Medical and Healthcare Robotics Group, headquartered at QUT, is developing medical robotic technology to help increase quality of healthc...

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18Apr

Keeping the ‘great’ in Great Barrier Reef

Centre Associate Investigator Felipe Gonzalez is making headlines as one of the grant recipients of Microsoft’s US$50 million AI for Earth program. The award recognises his research marrying artificial intelligence (AI), flying robots and conservation of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef....

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08Apr

Your groceries are getting a 21st-century reboot…

Centre Research Affiliate Chris Lehnert is quoted in this article about the new Future of Food Systems CRC and his role developing robotics and smart technology for vertical and indoor protected cropping. Read article in create (Engineers Australia’s magazine).Also making headlin...

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04Apr

Tech Talk

Centre researchers and robots featured in The Australian newspaper’s Tech Talk column (in digital and print editions) after Technology Reporter Chris Griffith visited QODE Brisbane. He tested SnakeBot, destined to assist in knee surgery, met Harvey the harvesting robot (which also impressed ...

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02Apr

Live from the driver’s seat… with AI watching

Centre Chief Investigator buckles up with ABC Radio Brisbane Breakfast presenter Craig Zonca to chat live from the driver’s seat of an electric Renault Zoe at QODE Brisbane. Click to listen>>The car fitted with high-tech sensors and computers is embarking on a 1,200km road trip in ...

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29Mar

Robotics Roadmap continues to drive for change

Great to see continued reference to findings in Australia’s first Robotics Roadmap, released by the Centre in June 2018, as mentioned in MHD Magazine and Transport & Logistics News. Read article...

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26Mar

Learn Robotics From Scratch

Centre Director Peter Corke’s Robot Academy takes #1 spot in a review of the top 5 free online robotics resources. Read article in Analytics India Magazine....

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12Mar

Picking the right robotics challenge

Centre Research Fellow Jurgen ‘Juxi’ Leitner reflects on the importance of big global competitions in advancing robotics research after leading a Centre team to win the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge in Japan. Read article...

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01Mar

The good, bad and ugly of AI ethics

Read>> this article in CPA Australia’s flagship publication, In The Black, in which former Centre COO Sue Keay outlines two critical areas to redress bias in AI: diversity of the workforce, and quality and volume of data....

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25Feb

Get a grip!

Read this Cosmos Magazine feature about a groundbreaking study by the Centre in collaboration with The BioRobotics Institute (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna)Also making headlines:On the choice of grasp type and location when handing over an objectScience RoboticsGetting a grip on ...

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14Feb

Electric car with A.I. to undertake 745 mile Australian ‘road trip’

CNBC reports on a research project headed by Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford aimed at ensuring autonomous cars of the future will be smart enough to handle tough Australian road conditions. Read article>> ...

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