Artificial intelligence and machine learning

Artificial intelligence and machine learning

Artificial intelligence and machine learning is here. It has integrated into current technology without many of us even realising. It has opened up countless possibilities with applications in everything from medicine to civil engineering to finance to social media networks.


As society advances, there is interest in giving technology systems their own form of intelligence to handle more complex problems – and to do so more efficiently.


Machine learning is the process that allows systems to evolve and adapt with the information they are made to interpret, they learn patterns and then use algorithms to interpret and make predictions from new data.


While there are many benefits to artificial intelligence and machine learning, many questions arise about potential ethical and security risks.


To help address and potentially answer these questions, here is a starter kit to artificial intelligence and machine learning.


A roundtable discussion was presented by The Royal Institution of Australia on Friday 5 October 2018 featuring Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel and world-leading machine learning expert Professor Anton van den Hengel.


Videos

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What is machine learning?
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Mythbusting artificial intelligence with expert Anton van den Hengel
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Using machine learning to predict medical outcomes

Articles

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Machine learning – the revolution has arrived
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What kind of society do we want to be?
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Chief Scientist Alan Finkel on Robots
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Innovate & Tech

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Machine learning – the revolution has arrived
12 minutes
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What is machine learning?
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Mythbusting artificial intelligence with expert Anton van den Hengel

Thought Leaders

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What kind of society do we want to be?
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Chief Scientist Alan Finkel on Robots
7 minutes

Science News

The Body

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Using machine learning to predict medical outcomes