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Staff Profile: Peter Leihn – Using his energy to produce sustainable ideas

May 18, 2015

Peter Leihn may be relatively new to NICTA, but with a career that spans over 25 years, he’s no stranger to the world of ICT. His vast experience includes stints in industry at companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Autodesk, before a move into government.  But it’s at NICTA that Peter gets to combine his passion for […]

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CONNECT 2015 – ‘Connecting’ one event at a time

May 18, 2015

In April the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre played host to CONNECT 2015, an expo about how technologies will CONNECT in the future to change the way we do business.  In its second year, the event saw a doubling in size with over 4,000 delegates enjoying access to an exhibition and eleven conferences over a […]

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CeBIT 2015

May 18, 2015

Three days. 450 exhibitors. Eight conferences. Welcome to CeBIT 2015, of which NICTA was an innovation partner. This year NICTA’s stand showcased over 20 projects and demonstrations in our Business Team areas of: Broadband and the Digital Economy; Environment; Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics; Security; and Engineering, Technology and Development. NICTA also lent its expertise to CeBIT’s conference […]

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TAS freight to benefit from data research grant

May 18, 2015

Industries across Tasmania will benefit from $13 million in data research to be undertaken by Sense-T Logistics Lab and its government, industry and research sector partners over the next 20 months. Senator Stephen Parry, Tasmanian Senator and President of the Senate, announced 14 new Industry Research Projects at the opening of the $2 million Sense-T […]

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Fang Chen – Selected to Host The ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces 2017

May 13, 2015

Fang Chen, as the main program chair, has worked with other chairs and won the bid to host the ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces 2017 (IUI 2017). ACM IUI is the annual meeting of the intelligent interfaces community and serves as a premier international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent […]

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Smart parking coming to Canberra as industry consultation kicks off

May 11, 2015

ANDREW Barr says the benefits of Smart Parking are a step closer with the start of consultation with industry on the Smart Parking trial. Read the full story here.

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More STEM education won’t protect our jobs from robots

May 7, 2015

More STEM education won’t protect our jobs from robots says Optimisation Research Group Leader Prof. Toby Walsh. “Care to guess what is the world’s fastest growing industry? Health care? Biotech? Energy? Nope. According to a recent report, it’s robotics. And those robots are slowly but surely putting people out of work. Recent research at the University […]

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$6 million Sense-T industry research projects announced

May 6, 2015

The Hon Jamie Briggs MP Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Federal Member for Mayo Senator the Hon Stephen Parry President of the Senate Senator for Tasmania Joint Media Statement 04.05.15 12:53 pm The Australian Government is growing Tasmania’s economy with $6 million in industry research projects announced today at the opening of the […]

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Two papers at COLT 2015

May 4, 2015

The MLRG has the following two papers appearing at COLT 2015: [1] Exp-Concavity of Proper Composite Losses (P. Kamalaruban, B. Williamson and X. Zhang) [2] Generalized Mixability via Entropic Duality (M. Reid, R. Frongillo, B. Williamson and N. Mehta)

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Three papers at ICML 2015

May 4, 2015

The MLRG has the following three papers appearing at ICML 2015: [1] Learning from Corrupted Binary Labels via Class-Probability Estimation (A. Menon, C.-S. Ong, B. Van Rooyen and B. Williamson) [2] Rademacher Observations, Private Data, and Boosting (R. Nock, G. Patrini and A. Friedman) [3] Metadata Dependent Mondrian Processes (Y. Wang, B. Li, Y. Wang […]

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