Using quantum computing to protect AI from attack
AI can be fooled into making mistakes, sometimes risking lives, but quantum computing could provide a strong defence, say University of Melbourne experts.
When it comes to jobs, AI does not like parents
New University of Melbourne research finds that AI doesn’t just discriminate against women in the workforce – but also has a problem with parents.
University students are using AI, but not how you think
Higher education students are cautious about using generative AI and academics lack guidance, finds new report by University of Melbourne experts.
AI apocalypse or overblown hype?
A University of Melbourne experts says at the speed artificial intelligence (AI) is developing, it is imperative we understand, and act on, the potential risks.
We need to retain research integrity in the AI era
Artificial intelligence (AI) tech poses a challenge to ensuring the integrity of research, particularly PhD study, says University of Melbourne expert.
The women putting intelligence in artificial intelligence
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say it’s crucial women play a role in AI innovation and education to combat gender discrimination.
AI, automation and women
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts ask what the expansion of technologies like AI and automation mean for the futures of women.
Creating digital twins to save our cities
Digital technologies that allow experts to recreate and predict future city environments are key to sustainable urban design, say University of Melbourne expert
AI means a rethink of teaching foreign languages
Machines are now better than most human foreign language students, so teaching languages should focus on global competence says University of Melbourne expert.
What’ll be big in 2023? AI, that’s what
Artificial Intelligence image generators and chatbots, like ChatGPT, are everywhere, but a University of Melbourne expert says AI has more surprises in store