Researchers at Monash University are applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and game-design practices to reduce spray drift from agricultural pesticides, minimising the negative impact on neighbouring crops and wildlife.
Monash University has been named one of the world’s top performing universities against the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – a blueprint to attaining a better and more sustainable future for all.
The Centre for Learning Analytics (CoLAM) in the Faculty of Information Technology (IT) at Monash University, has had one of its projects featured in the prestigious EDUCAUSE Horizon Report.
Technologies in urban spaces are monitoring weather conditions, understanding pedestrian foot traffic, determining when bins need to be emptied and monitoring public spaces through CCTV - but how do the city’s residents understand and interact
Yolande Strengers has won at the B&T Women Leading Tech Awards.
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.
The 2021 men’s AFL football season is almost upon us and so too is the serious business of footy tipping.
From digital voice assistants to automated ‘smart’ lights and robotic vacuum cleaners, readily available off-the-shelf smart home devices can support the wellbeing and independence of older Australians, as identified by new research.
Accepted in the prestigious International Conference on Software Engineering - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training (ICSE-JSEET) (CORE Rank A*, Rank #1 in Google Scholar’s “Software Systems”), researchers from