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14Feb

Cross-state road trip to put driverless car AI through its paces

Fairfax titles including Brisbane Times and The Sydney Morning Herald feature 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. ...

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14Feb

Cracking The Robot Code

The Australian featured the Centre’s annual Robotic Vision Summer School in a full page LIFE story after the newspaper’s Technology Reporter Chris Griffith experienced the unique immersive camp for himself, coming face to face with roos, robots and the world’s top experts on ...

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13Feb

Behind the scenes: Robotic Vision Summer School

Watch an inspiring video story run in The Australian newspaper’s digital edition and News.com.au ...

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08Feb

Grasping for the Holy Grail

Cracking the ‘Holy Grail’ of robotics research is one step closer thanks to a US$70,000 Amazon Research Award in recognition of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision’s world-leading research into vision-guided robotic grasping and manipulation.Centre Director Peter Corke and Research Fellow ...

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14Dec

Undersea robot ‘crop duster’ replenishes Great Barrier Reef coral

Centre Chief Investigator Matt Dunbabin features in this article in Computerworld about the world’s first marine robot designed for coral reef environments put to work in a coral seeding project on the Great Barrier Reef....

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14Dec

Peter Corke: the robotocist and what inspires him

Age of Robots features an in-depth profile interview on the life of Centre Director Peter Corke and the inspiration behind the launch of his free online resource, the Robot Academy. Watch the video interview or read article. ...

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05Dec

Queensland government should embrace robotics and automation

Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Chief Operating Officer Sue Keay features in reporting by ZDNet on a new QUT-commissioned economic report, The Robotics and Automation Advantage for Queensland, predicting the state stands to gain up to 1.1 million new jobs equating to a $117.5 billion boost to ...

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29Nov

Royal Stamp of Approval

His Royal Highness The Duke of York gave his stamp of approval to the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision’s life-enhancing research, creating robots able to see for the good of all people and our planet during a visit to QUT on 29 November. A great honour too that The Royal Family tweeted photos f...

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30Oct

Centre welcomes Queensland Government AI hub

Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Chief Operating Officer Sue Keay features in this InnovationAus article about the importance of  Queensland Government seed funding for a new artificial intelligence hub in Brisbane. An invaluable step, Dr Keay says, on the road to developing a vibrant technolog...

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21Oct

Robots to lead global charge

Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Chief Operating Officer Sue Keay features in this timely and future-looking article in The Sunday Mail about the importance of developing a technology cluster in southeast Queensland. The article formed part of a series on Future SEQ. ...

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27Sep

Farmer rivals Outback Joe in accident-prone stakes

The 2018 UAV Challenge made headlines across Rural Weekly Group. The world’s biggest airborne robotics challenge (organised by QUT with the support of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision) unearthed an unlikely hero. Farmer Doug Browne, whose Dalby property the UAV Challenge takes place o...

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16Aug

How Star Wars united a robotics centre and a girl with a liver named R2-D2

Read this heart-warming article in Brisbane Times about a special connection between Centre COO Sue Keay and a seven-year-old girl Ella Wrigley. The piece ran nationally, including in The Sydney Morning Herald....

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