I was interviewed this morning on Radio Adelaide to discuss my recent Conversation article on intelligent machines learning from each other.
I have just published an article on The Conversation titled “What if intelligent machines could learn from each other?”. The full article is available here.
Our paper titled “Understanding the spatiotemporal pattern of grazing cattle movement” has been accepted at Nature Scientific Reports.
It’s official! Phil has been awarded his PhD from UQ in late May. Congratulations Dr. Phil!
I have just been appointed an Adjunct Professor at JCU’s College of Science and Engineering, to increase collaboration in the IoT space between our Group and JCU.
Our Group at CSIRO Data61 is offering a fantastic opportunity to work as part of the largest data innovation group in Australia who are unrivalled in intellectual capital and network with the global technology marketplace.
In this role you will analyse large datasets, based on network science and mobility modelling approaches, and extract useful insights into emergent patterns. You will then use the analysis outcomes for modelling and simulation of disease spread risk, including infectious and vector-borne diseases.
More information is available at the CSIRO jobs site
Our paper with lead author Jiajun Liu titled “Learning Abstract Snippet Detectors with Temporal Embedding in Convolutional Neural Networks” appears at ICDE 2016.