AI and big data
Engaging girls and women in AI futures: Lessons from ‘Superbots’
In less than a decade, voice assistants and the AI they depend on have become a ubiquitous part of our lives. They help with daily tasks, provide on-route navigation, set reminders, connect us with others, provide companionship in their own right and tell bad jokes. Integral to their design and success is something that is vastly underplayed: their personalities.
AI technology enhances wind and solar forecasting methods to ease pressure on the grid
A collaboration between Monash University’s Grid Innovation Hub, Worley and Palisade Energy Ltd is using machine learning technology to accurately predict wind and solar power to securely integrate them into the national electricity grid.
Understanding the influence of decision-making AI
Monash University researchers have developed a crucial framework to help provide greater transparency into the decision-making processes of artificial intelligence (AI) that control systems such as driverless cars and medical equipment.