Can algorithms be more ethical than humans?
This symposium brings together experts from the fields of ethics and artificial intelligence with government leaders and early-career researchers to discuss the ethics behind algorithmic decision making over humans.
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In this article for The Conversation, Associate Professor Tara Murphy looks at how science is adapting to the era of big data.
The University of Sydney is making a major commitment to using its valuable data to improve lives and benefit society with the launch today of the Centre for Translational Data Science.
Artificial intelligence must be kept under human control or we may become defenceless against its capabilities, warn two University of Sydney machine-learning experts.
A tsunami of change is already arriving. Artificial intelligence is now capable of doing desk jobs that were previously safe from automation. The social and economic effects remain to be seen, but is AI what we think it is?
Artificial intelligence is all over the news. It’s driving our cars, cleaning our floors, milking our cows and some say taking our jobs and soon drones will be flying into our backyards delivering books and pizzas. But is this reality?
Responding to consumer demand for increased computer hard drive memory, the research also has the potential to reduce the environmental footprint of the more than 2.5 billion hard drives currently estimated to be in use worldwide.
University of Sydney Professor of Computer Science Dacheng Tao has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), one of the highest honours in the field.
The University of Sydney has launched a new $7.5 million research centre in partnership with world-leading robotics company UBTECH Robotics to explore untapped opportunities in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
While we connect with hundreds – even thousands – of others via social media, our brain’s ability to build and maintain long-term stable relationships remains as limited as that of our hunter-gatherer ancestors.