Launching our cybernetic leadership report
12 Aug 2022
How can cybernetics inform leadership in the 21st century?
Applications for the ANU Master of Applied Cybernetics 2023 Cohort are open
4 Aug 2022
3 August, Canberra—The ANU School of Cybernetics has commenced its recruitment for the Master of Applied Cybernetics 2023 Cohort. Applications close on 9 September, 12 pm.
How can we make humans’ interactions with robots enjoyable?
5 Jul 2022
A conversation with Cybernetics researcher and lecturer Xuanying Zhu.
ANU Birch Building renovation wins ACT’s top architecture award
7 Jun 2022
The renovation of the ANU Birch Building—the home of the School of Cybernetics—bagged multiple recognitions, including the top Canberra Medallion, at the 2022 ACT Architecture Awards.
Prof. Katherine Daniell honoured by the French Republic
3 Jun 2022
28 May, Canberra—Cybernetics Professor Katherine Daniell was awarded the insignia of Knight in the Ordre National du Mérite, conferred through a decree by the President of the French Republic.
Four issues that hound facial recognition technology
3 Jun 2022
When the governments of South Australia and Western Australia launched mobile apps that use a combination of facial recognition and geo-location tagging to support the management of home-based quarantine, a public backlash...
Tackling the social questions in tech decisions
26 May 2022
A conversation with Cybernetics PhD student Ned Cooper
‘Banking pasts and futures’: A podcast on AI-enabled customer support in the banking sector
29 Apr 2022
The Algorithmic Futures Podcast delves into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s digital system that uses AI to help personalise communication with customers.
Lessons from our pre-history: A speech by Prof. Genevieve Bell
26 Apr 2022
Seven stories from our past to inform our present and our future.
The Frontiers of AI: A panel discussion
12 Apr 2022
How do we ensure that AI works to the benefit of all humanity?