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Jun
2019
Software is increasingly complex. Many traditional software systems have also migrated to cloud computing platforms and are provided as cloud services. However, the current software development process is still largely a manual, time-...
12
Jun
2019
About Symposium: Sydney Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems SIRIS (previously Centre for Robotics and Intelligent Systems), in collaboration with the Sociotechnical Futures Lab (STuF) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences ...
11
Jun
2019
About Symposium: Sydney Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems SIRIS (previously Centre for Robotics and Intelligent Systems), in collaboration with the Sociotechnical Futures Lab (STuF) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences ...
11
Jun
2019
Because many problems can be split into subproblems such that either all (AND) or one (OR) of them must be solved, AND/OR search has been a fundamental topic in AI.  In addition, developing efficient AND/OR search has recently become more...
06
Jun
2019
The end of Dennard scaling and Moore's law have ushered hardware into an era of heterogeneity. On the processor side, heterogeneous multicore processors combine cores with diverse performance and power tradeoffs to promise energy...
04
Jun
2019
Reimagine CoDesign: Reimagine CoDesign Workshops: Industry Partners
At ANU, we are reimagining the future of engineering and computer science education and we want your help. Please join us for a half day design thinking session where we explore questions critical to how we reshape our intellectual agenda...
03
Jun
2019
Today's rapid urbanisation, together with growing concerns over energy supply and climate change, makes it increasingly important to build efficient and resilient urban infrastructures. However, conventional planning approaches are...
31
May
2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest Internet evolution that incorporates billions of Internet-connected devices that range from cameras, sensors, RFIDs, smart phones, and wearables, to smart meters, vehicles, medication pills, and...
30
May
2019
In 1843 Ada Lovelace applied her imagination and mathematical genius to develop the world’s first complex computer program. She did this 100 years before a computer existed. Then she was written out of history. In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace...
28
May
2019
Duality is a phenomenon across Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, telling us that two different realms are structurally equivalent to each other, and thereby allowing for structural knowledge transfer between different fields. In...

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