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Scientists develop computer chip that mimics human vision, memory abilities

Researchers at RMIT University have developed a tiny device that mimics the human brain's ability to see and remember things, which they describe as a “promising step” towards having applications that can make rapid, complex decisions such as in self-driving cars.

Advanced Navigation raises $20 million to transform robotics, self-driving cars

Media Release SYDNEY, 26 November 2019: Robotics and AI sensor business, Advanced Navigation, has raised AUD $20 million (USD $13 million) in a Series A round...

New research centre at RMIT to improve automated decision making

The Federal Government has announced $31.8 million in funding for a new research centre that will investigate responsible, ethical, and inclusive automated decision making. Located...

Funding boost for post graduate engineers to work on industry-based automotive projects

107 post graduate engineers will be placed in industry-based automotive projects as part of the Government's Automotive Engineering Graduate Program, aimed at providing a...

Turnbull Government announces $7.6m in grants to help Australian businesses launch new products to market

The Turnbull Government has announced a $7.6 million funding boost for businesses that have developed innovative new products but need financial support and expert...

Bosch Australia showcases highly automated driving (HAD) capabilities at ITS World Congress in Melbourne

Bosch Australia has demonstrated and road tested its Australian engineered automated vehicle at the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) World Congress, which is being held...

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