AI for Healthy Minds and Healthy Brains
Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies have extraordinary potential to achieve innovative solutions in mental healthcare.
An Ethical Future? Questioning the Ecological and Social Implications of AI
Artificial Intelligence and other new technologies pose significant benefits but also complex challenges for our economy, ecology and society.
The Future of Artificial Intelligence - Monash Prato Dialogue
For the second lecture in the Monash Prato Dialogue - Distinguished Lecture Series in AI, Professor Huw Price delivered a lecture on “The Future of AI”.
Visionary Leadership in STEM IMNIS2021 Victoria
Monash Data Futures Institute Director, Professor Joanna Batstone, delivered the keynote address at “Visionary Leadership”, the launch of IMNIS2021 (Victoria).
Provably Beneficial AI - Monash Prato Dialogue
For the inaugural Monash Prato Dialogue, distinguished AI researcher Professor Stuart Russell delivered a thought-provoking lecture on the design of intelligent machines.
Earth Observation, Big Data Analytics and Sustainable Development
Dr Alex Held covers recent advances in the use of public earth observation satellite data and cloud-computing to support national reporting against Sustainable Development Goals.
AI in Tackling Fast Fashion Waste & the Circular Economy
Artificial intelligence is rapidly making its way into the apparel industry, and there are signs that point to success in helping the industry to be sustainable. This collaborative session was part of ITU's AI for Good Global Summit.
AI and the Future of Education
Monash Education, in collaboration with the Monash Data Futures Institute, organised a discussion on AI and the Future of Education. A panel of acclaimed researchers cast a critical eye on the use of AI-driven applications and systems in education.
What Next for Robots in Public Space?
Speakers from academia, the robotics industry, government and business discussed the opportunities and challenges of this emerging technology, building on the 2020-21 Robots in Public Space Project.
Time Series Classification at Scale
Professor Geoff Webb gave a seminar on time series classification, a computational approach that improves our understanding of dynamic processes such as land use changes.
A new paradigm: Multimodal autonomous AI
Multimodal AI is bridging the gap between human and computer intelligence, and it’s enabling machines to combine various data types to achieve a richer and more holistic way of thinking and understanding.
The Rise & Rise of Data Science Centres & Institutes
The past five years has witnessed the growth of cross-disciplinary data science centres and institutes across Australia, as universities invest more time and resources into research and education in the data science space.
Autonomous Robotics: Ethical Challenges and Legal Repercussions
Monash Law played host to eminent international law, engineering and ethics experts who discussed the challenges and legal repercussions of using robots in the workplace.
AI for Sustainable Transformation in Smart Cities, Mobility & Energy
In this session of ITU's AI for Good Global Summit, Professor Ariel Liebman, Director of the Monash Energy Institute, explored how AI can enhance environmental sustainability.
Women in AI Awards (Australia & New Zealand) 2021
Women in AI (WAI) is a global network of female experts and professionals in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working towards gender-inclusive AI that benefits a global society.
Aged Care Services in Australia at a Crossroads - Can AI Help?
Leading Monash researchers in the fields of AI, sociology and aged care discussed the use of AI in creating assistive technologies and delivering improved aged care services.
AI and Data Science for Sustainable Development
A presentation of joint interdisciplinary research projects aiming to mobilise artificial intelligence (AI) and data science for better sustainable development policies, governance and outcomes.
Human collaboration with an AI musician
In partnership with the Monash Data Futures Institute and the AI for Good Global Summit, this event included music performances and a Q&A with researchers from Monash University and the University of London.
How can artificial intelligence reduce disaster risks in countries?
This panel discussed the potential role of AI in reducing disaster risks globally and in vulnerable countries, featuring Monash Data Futures Institute Director, Professor Joanna Batstone.
Unlocking Your Inner Eye - Artistic Intelligence
Dr Erica Tandori is expanding the frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Art. Her work at Monash University focuses on communicating science through art for the visually impaired.
AI for Better Governance 2020 IEEE / ITU International Conference on AI for Good
Lynn Miller presented a Monash University inter-disciplinary research report, AI for Better Governance, at the IEEE AI4Good Conference.
Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Associate Professor Peter Brotchie, Head of Research and AI at the Department of Medical Imaging, St Vincent's Hospital, spoke on Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging.
AI for Social Good? Australian Attitudes towards AI and Society
In this ground-breaking report, leading academics explore the concerns Australians have with artificial intelligence (AI), paving the way for public contribution to shaping AI policy.