Drones open world-leading machine learning space

Autonomous drones flew in to mark the official opening of the world-leading Australian Institute for Machine Learning’s new research and learning space in Adelaide today.

The University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) is a key research institution in machine learning globally, ranked number one in the world for three key areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Housed at Adelaide innovation neighbourhood Lot Fourteen, its researchers are applying machine learning – a field of computer science that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed – to agriculture, medical imaging, manufacturing, mining operation and movie making…

There is also an agreement with Carnegie Mellon University to give postgraduates from the University of Adelaide a chance to experience international research opportunities.