Focus areas of A²I²
- Bayesian optimisation for experimental design
- Large-scale surveillance
- Advanced video understanding
- Software engineering for AI
- Reinforcement learning
- Deep learning models for health care
- Value-based machine learning
- Pattern recognition
- Personalised medicine
- Social media analysis for improved mental health
Toby Playpad is a novel, cost-effective and flexible framework for early intervention, facilitating therapy for children with autism. The research resulted in the release of an iPad app in September 2012. This app is now being used by more than 7000 users worldwide. The work won the International Education – Research Engagement Award (Victorian Government) in 2013; and the Geelong Chamber of Commerce Smart Technology Award in 2012. It has also triggered two clinical trials, led by the Telethon Child Health Institute.
To assist members of our ageing population to live independently for a longer period of time, A²I² has developed Sofihub - an “Internet of Things”-based solution that passively learns an individual's behaviour over a period of time. Should a behavioural anomaly occur, a reminder is issued to the carer.
The Alfred Hospital
When a patient is admitted into the Alfred Hospital’s trauma bay, an AI decision support system is used to assist doctors and nurses to make better decisions when stabilising a patient.
Defence Science and Technology Group
Transforming the next generation of military simulations, and producing human-in-the-loop AI solutions.
Cancer Council Vic
SeeUV is an augmented reality educational application, designed to teach young Australians about the danger of ultraviolet radiation.
Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute