World-leading advances in measuring fetal blood flow, new virtual reality tools to foster innovative architecture and a better understanding of chatbot technologies will be the focus of three research projects in 2022.
A research collaboration between electromaterials researchers at UOW and a private next-generation battery material company aims to create cheaper and more efficient Li-ion batteries.
The Treasury, in the 2021-22 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, announced the federal government will part with an additional AU$ 252.5 million over 4 years for further initiatives under the digital economy strategy.
The new Artificial Intelligence Assurance Framework will come into effect in March and aims to ensure government services using AI are easy to access and use by customers as well as being personalised and secure.
The updated digital government strategy is part of its goal to make Australia one of the top three digital governments in the world by 2025, making all government services digitally available and easily accessible.
Two UOW researchers have been awarded grants to pursue research further R&D into tech to treat cancer. One project is working on a new type of radiotherapy and the other a new imaging system for radiotherapy.
The app is designed to help prevent domestic and family violence and provides tips to spot the signs of an unhealthy relationship and advice on intervening safely to protect friends and family impacted by violence.
Life sciences accelerator MedTech Actuator will receive a further $2.4 million funding from LaunchVic to scale up its operations and meet the growing demand for global health solutions.
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