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Can Machines Invent Things without Human Help? The Answer is ‘Yes’

Toby Walsh and Alexandra George, UNSW Sydney The question of whether artificial intelligence (AI) can invent is nearly 200 years old, going back to the very beginning of computing. Victorian mathematician Ada Lovelace wrote what’s generally considered the first computer… Continue Reading →

Robot Lawyer Set to Argue First Case

Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog Welcome to 2023, a time when advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) have come so far that a robot lawyer is ready to argue its first cases in a real courtroom. Artificial intelligence developed by… Continue Reading →

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