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New research centre to investigate safer automated decision-making

A major new research centre will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically for all Australians.

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Government backs researcher’s sustainable architecture vision

Professor Mike Xie has been awarded one of Australia’s most prestigious competitive grants to expand his research into sustainable, free-form architecture.

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New research centre to investigate safer automated decision-making

A major new research centre will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically for all Australians.

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Government backs researcher’s sustainable architecture vision

Professor Mike Xie has been awarded one of Australia’s most prestigious competitive grants to expand his research into sustainable, free-form architecture.

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Mindful eating technology could help some of us avoid eating disorders

RMIT researchers have developed a new technology to support a positive and playful relationship with food – talking ice cream.

Better wages, better care: improving the aged care sector

In her submission and evidence to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, RMIT’s Professor Sara Charlesworth urged the Federal Government to address wages and working conditions.

Weaving quantum processors out of laser light

Researchers open a new avenue to quantum computing with a breakthrough prototype: a large-scale quantum processor made entirely of light.

Ethical empire building

The magnificent Capitol played host to a lively discussion on the challenge for organisations to lead with their values while fulfilling their imperative for economic growth.

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Rapid rise in Times Higher Education rankings

RMIT has risen 60 places in the 2020 Times Higher Education World Universities rankings released today.

More targeted, less toxic: the golden future of cancer treatment

Researchers have engineered gold-based molecules that target cancer cells and leave healthy cells unharmed, in a critical step towards precision cancer drugs with fewer toxic side effects.

Confused or clueless about global politics? Barely Gettin' By is the podcast for you

A new podcast is using a history of the present and a different perspective to explore key political events and issues to ask what’s being missed when we only hear certain voices.

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Antarctica's moss piglet

It’s tiny, virtually indestructible and one of Antarctica’s toughest inhabitants. Now the “moss piglet”, aka the tardigrade, is helping us understand how to better protect this most extreme and vulnerable environment.

RMIT Researchers - Shaping the World

RMIT is working with industry and other partners to pursue exciting research and innovation initiatives that are changing lives for the better.

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Talking Innovative Justice

Talking Innovative Justice is a resource for law students featuring Rob Hulls, guests from across the legal landscape, and lectures from leading industry figures.

Talking Design

Talking Design is a fortnightly podcast produced by design commentator Stephen Crafti, who interviews experts and professionals from all areas of the design world.

Barely Gettin' By

Historians, millennials, and friends Emma Shortis and Chloe Ward spend a lot of time getting angry at the way public discussion about history and politics is dominated by the same voices-- sometimes old, usually white, and almost always male. So, like many woke bros with opinions (and a few unreflective white ladies), they decided to start a podcast.

Art, Design and Media

Hear from academic experts, successful alumni and guest speakers in the fields of communication, journalism, art, creative media, design, fashion and textiles.

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