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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 →

The Best of 2022. ‘Australia is ready’: Five years after Uluru, path to referendum becomes clearer

Adam Phelan: University of NSW Newsroom. Architects of the Uluru Statement from the Heart say they look forward to working alongside the new Government to confirm a timeline for a referendum on a Voice to Parliament. Five years since the… Continue Reading →

Artificial Atoms Create Stable Qubits for Quantum Computing

By Lachlan Gilbert In a breakthrough for quantum computing, researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney have made improved qubits using concepts from high school chemistry. The discoveries were made with assistance from experts in both America and… Continue Reading →

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