FELLOWS

Dr Andrew D. Back

The challenge for artificial intelligence systems is to discover ways to encapsulate social dynamics in realms such as meaning, nuance, implication, intent, interpretation, feeling and understanding. This research introduces a new approach to AI called Synthetic Language and Information Topology (SLAIT) AI. Read More

Dr Jessica Korte

Jessica’s TASDCRC Fellowship Project, the Auslan Communication Technologies Pipeline project, looks to foreground the visual-gestural language expertise of Deaf signers in the creation of technologies for the recognition, production and processing of Auslan (Australian Sign Language) communication and a modular pipeline for artificial intelligence. Read More

Dr Pauline Pounds

My TASDCRC project involves exploring robotic whisker technology we originally developed in 2016, and finding ways of using them to allow drones to fly through interior spaces and around objects and obstacles without needing to use heavy cameras or complex, expensive lidar systems. Read More