Welcome the 2023 Master of Applied Cybernetics cohort
6 Mar 2023
Our 16 students come from diverse and impressive backgrounds such as software engineering, arts and design, philosophy, archaeology, finance, gender studies, and more.
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
The many machines of the Masters of Applied Cybernetics: building cyber-physical systems
23 Aug 2021
Blog published by Mina Henein, Researcher and Lecturer for the Master of Applied Cybernetics
From Masters Capstone to PhD Candidate: the past 6 months
4 Aug 2021
This blog was originally published by Lorenn Ruster.
Reimagining the Design Week keynote for a COVID era: bringing AI, design and digital together
21 May 2021
This year’s Telstra Creativity and Innovation Series Keynote for Melbourne Design Week, School of Cybernetics Senior Fellow Ellen Broad, reflects on redesigning the keynote format for life during a pandemic. In collaboration...
Looking at government AI Ethics instruments through a dignity lens
19 Mar 2021
Our newsfeeds and twitterfeeds are overwhelmed with stories of AI gone wrong - technologies that deepen inequalities, discriminate against certain groups of people and, in some cases, undermine democracy. The School of...
Weaving, storytelling, a new branch of engineering: everything is connected.
14 Sep 2020
This article is by Andrew Meares, Senior Fellow at 3Ai. Photographs were captured by Andrew Meares and Alison Kershaw.
Making and breaking things: a #3AiFirstCohort reflection
28 Jul 2020
Sometimes the best way to learn is to get hands on, build things, break things and then learn how to fix them. We iterate and evolve our curriculum on the way to...