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03Mar

A Survival Guide for the Coming AI Revolution

What you need to know about the A-I revolution. Centre Research Fellow Juxi Leitner shares his thoughts in The Conversation ...

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27Feb

Merging Our Brains with Machines Won’t Stop the Rise of Robots

Will the future involve humans merging their brains with machines? Centre Chief Investigator Michael Milford explores this question in The Conversation. ...

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05Feb

Doctorless Hospitals: How Will Technology Change the Healthcare of the Future?

Centre Research Fellow Dr Anjali Jaiprakash appeared on Channel 7’s “Sunrise” show, to talk about developments in robotics in the field of healthcare.   ...

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31Jan

News Birdseye hyperspectral science: Ningaloo as you’ve never seen it before

  QUT Media Release: 31 January 2017 Meet the new face of environmental monitoring – a combination of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and a highly specialised camera that was once so big and expensive only satellites and airplanes could carry them.    QUT remote sensing researche...

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14Jan

Robot Boat Places Second in Worldwide Challenge

A team of researchers from QUT and the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision placed second in the Maritime RobotX Challenge held in Hawaii. They were featured in this Courier-Mail Article. ...

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09Sep

Rise of the Robodoc

Centre Researchers involved with Medical Robotics were featured in the September issue of Engineers-Australia. Orthopaedic surgeon Professor Ross Crawford, robotics expert Professor Jonathan Roberts and biologist Dr Anjali Jaiprakash are tackling key medical issues with affordable, simple robotic de...

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10Jun

Driverless cars need to hit the road come rain, wind or shine

Would you rather a robot car that can drive you anywhere and at anytime, or a car that throws in the towel as soon as a storm hits or one that flat out refuses to take you anywhere at night? Chief Investigator Michael Milford wrote an Article in The Conversation on all-weather driverless cars. Human...

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19Apr

Australia’s first robotically assisted hip replacement operation in Brisbane

The first Australian robotically assisted hip replacement operation is performed on a patient in Brisbane. Associate Investigators Professor Ross Crawford and Professor Jon Roberts and Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr Anjali Jaiprakash write about the procedure in this Article in The Conversation. ...

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28Mar

Can We Replace Politicians with Robots?

Associate Investigator Jonathan Roberts explores that interesting question in an Article in The Conversation ...

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15Feb

Explainer: What is FPV Drone Racing?

Centre Associate Investigator Jon Roberts explains what First-Person-View, or FPV, Drone Racing is all about in this Article in The Conversation. ...

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11Feb

My robot Valentine: could you fall in love with a robot?

Could the future hold a bit of robot romance? Our Jonathan Roberts shares his thoughts in this Article in the Conversation. ...

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09Feb

Robots in Health Care Could Lead to a Doctorless Hospital

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr Anjali Jaiprakash has her first first authored story in The Conversation. Imagine your child requires a life-saving operation. You enter the hospital and are confronted with a stark choice. Do you take the traditional path with human medical staff, including doctors ...

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