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Fostering new types of skills means prototyping a new approach to education. Education that is not just locked up behind university walls. Education that engages with practice, that asks better questions in the context of history, and is designed for impact. Education that builds on existing core strengths in computer science and engineering, by drawing on design ethnography, critical studies of science and technology, philosophy, history, business strategy, and a whole lot more.
Our flagship program, the world's first graduate program focusing on the challenges of ensuring AI-enabled cyber-physical systems are safe, sustainable and responsible.
Encounters with cybernetics to help individuals and organisations navigate major societal transformations as AI-enabled systems scale
PhD candidates are drawn from our pool of Masters graduates and work closely with the institute to create a new branch of engineering.
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Latest education news#
The ethics of automated classification: a case study using a dignity lens
1 Jun 2022
This blog was originally published on Lorenn Ruster’s website.
Master of Applied Cybernetics Virtual Demo Day - 2021 Cohort
17 Nov 2021
The third cohort in our Masters program
Culturally responsible AI to care for biodiversity and values on Country
25 Aug 2021
Blog by Rodolfo Ocampo, Master of Applied Cybernetics 2020