Bringing gaming to farming: augmented reality in agriculture
In what’s believed will be a world first in agriculture, researchers from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will use popular […]
AI for Healthcare – Talk by Dr Olivier Salvado 12-13 Nov in Sydney
AIMed is a clinician-led movement that aims to kick-start a revolution in healthcare. AIMed aims to bring together clinicians, hospital […]
D61+ LIVE saw some of our projects on show! Read on if you missed it!
The Data61+ LIVE free science showcase event took place in Sydney last week, 2-3 October, seeing some of our projects […]
We will be at D61+ Live, Sydney, 2-3 Oct – are you coming?
Coming up on 2-3 October in Sydney, the D61+ Live Science showcase event will bring together science, industry and government […]
Automated pneumoconiosis detection: cascade machine learning model
Pneumoconiosis is an incurable respiratory illness caused by long-term inhalation of respirable dust, such as coal, asbestos, and silica. It […]
D61+ LIVE – FREE Science Showcase
Australia’s premier science, technology and innovation event October 2 @ 8:00 am – October 3 @ 5:00 pm FREE! Website: d61live.csiro.au/ Organiser: […]
Augmented Reality is changing the way Australians interact with digital systems at work and at home, such as enabling emergency services to ‘beam in’ to help administer first aid, to allowing maintenance workers to interact directly with smart buildings, and tapping into vast catalogues of 3D data.
Vision processing for Bionic Vision technology
In 2004, there were 50,000 people legally blind in Australia, with numbers expected to increase to 87,000 by 2024 with the ageing population (“Eye Research Australia Insight: The Economic Impact and Cost of Vision Loss in Australia” by Centre for Eye Research Australia).