CIRES Centre Director Professor Shazia Sadiq was featured in the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences & Engineering’s (ATSE) Fellow Friday series. In this piece, “Preparing for the future of AI” Shazia outlines three priorities that will enable us at an individual and societal level, to fully harness the potential of generative AI. These are: Training for quality; Addressing the skills shortage; and Making AI accessible. Read the full feature here.
Congratulations to our CIRES Chief Investigator and Theme Leader Associate Professor Hassan Khosravi and The RiPPLE Team, for their Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, which was recognised at the recent AAUT awards!
The team designed and implemented, an innovative adaptive educational system that transforms student learning into an active, social and personalised experience.
Three other UQ teachers were recognised, meaning UQ remains the most awarded university through the AAUT scheme. Read more: http://bit.ly/3IPlCvS
Hui’s research focus includes natural language processing, ai, machinelearning, and data mining, with an emphasis on online social media text mining. Hui received her PhD in Data Science from Deakin University in June 2022, and was a research fellow with Deakin before joining CIRES. She will work closely with Chief Investigator Associate Professor Amir Aryani, and joins our Swinburne colleagues Paul Scifleet, Chengfei Liu, Steve Petrie, and Lufan Zhang. She is looking forward to collaborating with CIRES partners and researchers across the Centre.