Mind the age gap: Anthropology and IT for more human-centred innovations
The World Wide Web was launched 30 years ago, and today the average Australian spends around 40 hours a week online. Facebook, the herald of social media, is only 20 years old – but Gen Z-ers already have revolutionary new platforms like TikTok
AI helps reveal the ancient origin story of floral colours
New research led by Monash University experts used computer simulations to reveal the ancient link between bees and the evolution of colours in flowers.
Pollination Innovation: The NativeBee+ Tech Facility's Impact on Bee Health and Agricultural Production
In Australia, bee populations, including both native and honey bees, have faced significant challenges in recent years. Habitat loss due to agriculture, urbanisation, and land clearing has reduced the availability of flowering plants that bees rely
Monash partners with The Apollo University to boost medical AI education and research
A new collaboration between Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology (IT) and The Apollo University (TAU) based in Chittoor, India aims at advancing healthcare and medical AI education, research, and student engagement.
App to boost ear health and mental wellbeing in Indigenous communities
An app that makes it fun for Aboriginal children to enhance their hearing and mental health, developed by Monash University researchers in collaboration with Curtin University and Ear Science Institute Australia, has received almost $1.5 million
Announcing the Faculty of IT’s new Associate Dean (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion)
Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology is proud to appoint Associate Professor Rashina Hoda as its new Associate Dean (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)) and new chair of the EDI Committee.
High-tech healing: Evolving healthcare with AI
On Friday 3 November 2023, the Faculty of Information Technology hosted ‘SHARE 2023 – Sharing about Healthcare Artificial intelligence REgionally’ in partnership with Monash University Malaysia, Apollo Hospitals, The Apollo University and the
Speaking their language: Empowering interpreters and translators in diverse regional communities
In an Australian first, Monash University researchers have worked with non-professional interpreters and translators (NPITs) in regional Victoria to identify current training challenges and co-develop a digital toolkit to better support their