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A new research training centre based in Victoria will develop artificial intelligence (AI) applications for medical technologies and train an expert workforce that will drive Australian innovation.

More than 700 students aged from 5 to 18 years old will gather at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus today, Tuesday 14 August, to compete in the RoboCup Junior State Finals and vie for a spot in the national competition.

In a world-first, University of Melbourne researchers have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) system to detect and display people’s personality traits and physical attractiveness based solely on a photo of their face.

University of Melbourne scientists have set a world record in simulating quantum power on a classical computer, demonstrating more quantum data crunching than any of the existing quantum computer prototypes.

A team of University of Melbourne students have won a trip to Silicon Valley with their creation of an automated tool to improve mine safety in the University’s extended-form hackathon, AutoHack18.

University of Melbourne researchers have found that confidential patient data can be re-identified, without decryption, prompting calls for improved and strengthened algorithms for protecting individuals’ online privacy.

As society turns to social media as their main information source, researchers from the University of Melbourne have found a way to help determine the truth from the lies on Twitter.

The idea of personalised seizure prediction for epilepsy is closer to becoming a reality thanks to new research published today by the University of Melbourne and IBM Research-Australia.

More than 50 students aged 11 and 12 years old will gather at the University of Melbourne this week to compete for bragging rights, debating Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related topics.

The University of Melbourne’s Networked Society Institute, in collaboration with Ciena® and nbn, today launched this summer’s AutoHack18.

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