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20Jun

Centre Director Peter Corke Awarded Title of “Distinguished Professor”

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has awarded the title of Distinguished Professor to Professor Peter Corke for his outstanding achievements in the field of robotics. Professor Corke is a founding member of the highly successful Robotics research group at QUT and Director of the ARC Centre o...

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13Jun

How to backup life on earth ahead of any doomsday event

Centre Chief Investigator Jonathan Roberts tackles a very interesting topic in this Article in The Conversation – what should be done to make sure we have a backup plan should any catastrophic event wipe out much of life on Earth. ...

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12Jun

Centre Advisory Committee Chair Named an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO)

Dr Alex Zelinsky, the Chair of the Centre’s Advisory Committee, has been made an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) in the 2017 Queen’s birthday honours. This Article in the Canberra Times talks about his amazing career and accomplishments. ...

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09Jun

“The Mummy” struggles with the chemistry but gets the physics right with a crash

Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford rates how good the science is in the new movie, “The Mummy,” in this Article in The Conversation. ...

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01Jun

Why Rat-Brained Robots Are So Good at Navigating Unfamiliar Terrain

Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford talks about his hope to develop a robot navigation system based on the brains of rats. Why? Read more here in this article in IEEE Spectrum ...

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24May

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: there be some good science in that there film

Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford reviews the latest “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie in this article in The Conversation ...

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08May

The future of flying cars: science fact or science fiction?

Centre Researchers Jonathan Roberts and Michael Milford look into the question of whether we’ll ever see flying cars. Here is their article that appeared in The Conversation. ...

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25Apr

Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 2: a scientist’s review

How does the maths and science stack up in the latest Guardians of the Galaxy movie? Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford provides his insights in this article in The Conversation ...

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02Apr

2016 Annual Report

Our 2016 Annual Report is out now! Take a look 2016 Annual Report_Australian Centre for Robotic Vision ...

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23Mar

This Robot Could Save the Great Barrier Reef (and now you can have a turn)

COTSbot, the world’s first robot to target crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS), was on display at the World Science Festival in Brisbane. Here is an article from Gizmodo talking about that.     ...

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16Mar

How to make a driverless car ‘see’ the road ahead

How do self-driving cars “see”, and why did Intel spend $15-billion on Mobileye? A very interesting article in The Conversation from our Michael Milford and Jonathan Roberts:  How to make a driverless car ‘see’ the road ahead ...

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06Mar

Robots, Work and the US Presidential Election

Some great insight into robots and future jobs from our Centre’s Chief Operating Officer, Dr Sue Keay: Robots, Work and the US Presidential Election ...

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