Reflections

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Culturally responsible AI to care for biodiversity and values on Country

August 25th by School of Cybernetics
Rodolfo Ocampo, Master of Applied Cybernetics alumnus, tells us about his industry placement with the CSIRO Healthy Country AI project, a cyber-physical system supporting caring for Country. 
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The many machines of the Masters of Applied Cybernetics: building cyber-physical systems

August 23rd by School of Cybernetics
In the Master of Applied Cybernetics students develop a hands-on understanding of new and emerging technological systems and their components. Meet the many machines of the Masters – the gadgets and…
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From Masters Capstone to PhD Candidate: the past 6 months

August 4th by School of Cybernetics
3Ai alumni Lorenn Ruster reflects on the Masters program, her industry project with the Centre for Public Impact and her journey to starting a PhD at the School of Cybernetics.
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Reimagining the Design Week keynote for a COVID era: bringing AI, design and digital together

May 21st by School of Cybernetics
This year’s Telstra Creativity and Innovation Series Keynote for Melbourne Design Week, School of Cybernetics Senior Fellow Ellen Broad, reflects on redesigning the keynote format for life during a…
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Celebrating 100 years of the ‘robot’: a new version of R.U.R by 3Ai

January 20th by School of Cybernetics
In 1921, Czech playwright Karel Čapek published and premiered a play that introduced the world to the word ‘robot’, and provided the blueprint for humanoid robots in popular culture throughout the…
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Weaving, storytelling, a new branch of engineering: everything is connected.

September 14th by School of Cybernetics
On the 3-4 September 2020, the #3Ai2020cohort participated in a cultural weaving workshop with Ngarrindjeri elder Aunty Ellen Trevorrow. The workshop was all about connection, using your hands and…
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We’ve used devices for contact tracing before – so what’s different this time?

August 18th by School of Cybernetics
Electronic contact tracing isn’t new – that future is already here. Amy McLennan, Ellen Broad and Darryl Stellmach reflect on the history of contact tracing and why it feels different this time. 
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Will science and technology make the oceans transparent? The future of undersea nuclear deterrence.

July 21st by School of Cybernetics
Since the Cold War era, submarines carrying nuclear weapons have quietly hidden within the depths of the ocean, playing an important role in the delicate art of nuclear deterrence. 3Ai team members…
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Building a new branch of engineering: a quest for reimagined transdisciplinary praxis

June 12th by School of Cybernetics
There is already need for a range of skills and knowledge for training in, thinking about, analysing, building, managing and regulating AI-powered cyber-physical systems—which will only increase over…
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The People vs devices #ThrowbackThursday

April 16th by School of Cybernetics
Everything has a history, and what we learn from the past just might help us muddle through this chaotic present to build the future.