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Pitch Perfect

His Royal Highness The Duke of York today 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. The Duke of York is in Australia on a working visit, including to hold Pitch@Palace Australia 2.0 which provides a platform to amplify and accelerate the work of entrepreneurs.On a tour of QUT he was briefed by Centre Director Peter Corke and Chief Operating Officer Sue Keay and introd...

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1.1 Million Reasons to Embrace Queensland’s Robot Economy. FAST!

28 November 2018 – In the coming decade, the new robot economy has the potential to transform Queensland industry, productivity and quality of life in ways not before imagined. That’s the message arising from a new QUT-commissioned economic report jointly released today by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for Employment and Small Business Shannon Fentiman at the start of the inaugural Future of Work Skills and Industry Summit in Brisbane. Read more>> Minister  Fentima...

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Dialling-in AI in the fight against skin cancer

 Artificial intelligence is being enlisted to develop a smart phone app destined to help Australians self-diagnose skin cancer at the earliest possible stage. The world-first project led by Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Associate Investigator Anders Eriksson – an ARC Future Fellow at QUT – promises the ultimate ‘selfie’ thanks to advances in computer vision and machine learning. Namely, personal full-body skin mapping of moles and lesions. All on a smart phone in the privacy of yo...

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