Robots: threat or friends?

Griffith School of Information and Communications Technology
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Technology superstars like Bill Gates and Elon Musk have described Artificial Intelligence as “humanity’s biggest existential threat” with the potential to “destroy us all”. But Griffith University’s senior lecturer in ICT, Dr David Tuffley, doesn’t think we need to worry.  “The reality of it is if you can your head straight with this whole idea then there’s […]

Real time data analysis revolutionising the tourism industry

Griffith Business School
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A Griffith research project is changing the way the tourism industry delivers the visitor experience through real time social media data analysis. Associate Professor Bela Stantic, acting Head of the School of Information and Communication Technology and Director of the Big Data and Smart Analytics lab in Griffith’s Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems, is […]

The 13th Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

News articles
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) may seem like science fiction but artificial intelligence systems are incorporated into a wide array of things ordinary people use on a daily basis. Search engines, computer games, social media, satellite maps – all of them have complex AI systems that help bridge the gap between individuals and information. In early December […]