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AI is cracking a hard problem – giving computers a sense of smell
How Neanderthal language differed from modern human – they probably didn’t use metaphors
Learning the imperfections: a new approach to using neural networks for low-power digital pre-distortion (DPD) in mmWave systems
Viruses are doing mysterious things everywhere – AI can help researchers understand what they’re up to in the oceans and in your gut
​​Responsible use of AI by governments: Discussion with OECD, US State Department, and the DTA​
Generative AI That Imitates Human Motion
How Does Brain Think?
What to expect from the next generation of chatbots: OpenAI’s GPT-5 and Meta’s Llama-3
Scientists solve chemical mystery at the interface of biology and technology
AI-powered ‘deep medicine’ could transform healthcare in the NHS and reconnect staff with their patients
AI chatbots are bad at planning, but this could soon change
Clinical Improvements For Joint Operations
A century after the EEG was discovered, it remains a crucial tool for understanding the brain
Deep learning enables faster, more accurate decisions on shoulder abnormalities treatment
Replica Theory Shows Deep Neural Networks Think Alike
Powering the AFL talent pool through predictive modelling
Giant Leap Towards Neuromorphic Devices: High-performance Spin-wave Reservoir Computing
What is a GPU? An expert explains the chips powering the AI boom, and why they’re worth trillions
AI Reveals Secret Roads Endangering World’s Rainforests
We’ve been here before: AI promised humanlike machines – in 1958
Of Note Events and Neural Networks
Researchers Develop Spintronic Probabilistic Computers Compatible with Current AI
World first supercomputer capable of brain-scale simulation being built at Western Sydney University
Noam Chomsky turns 95: social justice advocate paved way for AI
AI Networks Are More Vulnerable to Malicious Attacks Than Previously Thought
Could you move from your biological body to a computer? An expert explains ‘mind uploading’
Disability advocate preserves his voice with iPhone
Making IBS medicine with artificial intelligence
Sydney academics awarded prestigious ARC Grants
We built a ‘brain’ from tiny silver wires. It learns in real time, more efficiently than computer-based AI
Nanowire ‘brain’ network learns and remembers ‘on fly’
Can AI Grasp Related Concepts After Learning Only One?
New cyber algorithm shuts down malicious robotic attack
When needs compete, love trumps thirst
HealthTech InnovationAus award finalists announced
UW team’s shape-changing smart speaker lets users mute different areas of a room
Why Are Brain’s Nerve Cells Organized into Modules?
Let It Flow: Recreating Water Flow for Virtual Reality
Researchers “bioprint” living brain cell networks in the lab
Brain inspires more robust AI
Efficient training for artificial intelligence
‘Introspective’ AI Finds Diversity Improves Performance
Using quantum computing to protect AI from attack
That’s funny – but AI models don’t get joke
Research to merge human brain cells with AI secures prestigious grant funding
Research to merge human brain cells with AI secures national defence funding
Five steps to a world of intelligent life
Ising on cake