at the University of Melbourne
The University is committed to hosting events and activations on its campuses in a COVIDSafe way, in accord with government restrictions and guidelines. Some of our events are presented on campus, others online – be sure to check the details. Find out more about the University’s COVIDSafe plans
Vaccines are simply amazing; they reduce the chances of you becoming seriously ill and have even eradicated diseases like polio and smallpox. But how are they made and how did we manage to create one for COVID-19 in little under a year? Join Dr Jennifer Juno from the Doherty Institute to discover the history and science behind this life-saving research.
Specifically designed for those with minimal science knowledge, the ‘Mid-Afternoon Masterclasses’ are mini-lectures that conclude with Q&A.
In recent years, a hype has emerged about artificial intelligence (AI). But what is AI really? How intelligent are computers? What are some of the challenges are AI researchers are tackling?
This interactive talk answers these questions and outlines some of the key technical and ethical challenges in AI research happening at the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, across the School of Computing and Information Systems and the University of Melbourne.
Want to learn about AI and don’t know where to start? Welcome to Demystifying artificial intelligence.