Generative AI has the unique potential to transform education by making it more focused on the student, says Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes of The Australian National University (ANU).
The power of AI in education
Today’s students can access a range of new technologies and generative AI. How can we apply these tools in the classroom?
Alexander Ollman enjoyed the Capstone engineering course so much that he took it twice. Now he's returned to Capstone as a mentor aiming to design a remote piloting system for the long haul trucking industry.
Would you trust AI to drive a semi trailer?
When a kangaroo jumps in front of a semitrailer, who should make the course correction? A human driver? AI? How about a semi-autonomous piloting system controlled by a human operator thousands of kilometres away?
“When you apply machine learning to a new industry, there is always a lot of uncertainty. It’s the not knowing that I love the most. It’s thrilling,” said Tanya Dixit, Master of Machine Learning and Computer Vision 2021.
The thrill of not knowing
Machine learning engineer Tanya Dixit ventured from India to Australia in 2019 to join one of the few graduate programs in the world focused squarely on machine learning. She also wanted to reboot her life.
ANU Escape Room creator Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes is designing new riddles and puzzles for domains outside of advanced computing, such as epidemiology, emergency medicine, and introductory computing. Photo: Tracey Nearmy/ANU
ANU Escape Room opens doors to public
Designed by Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes to foster teambuilding skills and teach concepts in advanced computing, the software for the ANU Escape Room is highly adaptable.
Professor Hanna Kurniawati has been appointed as Professorial Chair for System Autonomy, Intelligence, and Decision Making at Australia’s leading space research centre.
Hanna Kurniawati to spearhead Autonomous Systems Research in Australia’s space tech
Congratulations to ANU expert Professor Hanna Kurniawati, who has been appointed as the SmartSat CRC Professorial Chair for System Autonomy, Intelligence, and Decision Making.
Professor Michael McRobbie AO and his wife Laurie McRobbie pose with the painting donated to ANU in their honour.
Michael and Laurie McRobbie visit ANU
ANU hosted distinguished international visitors, Professor Michael McRobbie and his wife Laurie McRobbie on our beautiful campus this week to view a painting received in Michael's honour
New starters were greeted by student and academic leaders, as well as the newest ANU Solar Racing car, at a 14 Feb. welcoming event.
New starters greeted by academic, student leaders at welcome event
The Australian National University (ANU) welcomed new and returning students this week, highlighted by a kick-off event on the lawn of the Birch Building where new starters had the opportunity to meet academics and student leaders for th
Celebrating our graduating class of 2022
Hundreds of graduating students from the College received their well-deserved degrees, certificates, and diplomas in a Conferring of Awards ceremony at Llewellyn Hall on Tuesday 13 December 2022.
Uncle Wally Bell, ANU Chancellor Julie Bishop, and Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell celebrate the refurbished Birch Building and the new School of Cybernetics.
Ribbon cutting launches School of Cybernetics, Birch reopening
The Australian National University (ANU) is celebrating the completion of a significant refurbishment of the Birch Building to support the new and growing School of Cybernetics.