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Machine learning
University of Melbourne uses Oracle Cloud to harness the power of IoT
Researchers at the University of Melbourne rely on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to tackle the massive amounts of data generated by the industrial IoT.
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Artificial Intelligence
AI to predict future of transport
A new project plans to use artificial intelligence to predict traffic congestion in a bid to optimise traffic in larger cities and improve road safety. 
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Artificial Intelligence
Melbourne Uni & DARPA to shape AI for scientific decision-making
An international research program will use artificial intelligence to help evaluate the credibility of scientific evidence used to make decisions.
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Artificial Intelligence
New research suggests ways to make phones smarter and last longer
Melbourne researchers have used artificial intelligence (AI) to predict when users will reach for their mobile phone, helping people to maximise phone battery life. 
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Surveillance
Biometric Mirror: The AI that can detect attractiveness and personality from your photo
The AI displays 14 different characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity, attractiveness – and even weirdness and emotional stability.
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Internet of Things
NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Research focus areas will include IoT, AI, data analytics, programmable networks and wireless technologies.
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Multi Cloud
Exclusive interview: Commvault on GDPR, data analytics & virtualization
“The Government can’t turn off for a week while they migrate the workloads to the cloud – so how do they do it?"
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Energy efficient
Vertiv helps Australian university slash data center energy use
Vertiv has helped Australia’s University of Melbourne slash its data center energy usage by up to 70% by replacing its AC fans with EC fans.
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Data
How the University of Melbourne's data backup puts consolidation front and centre
As a research institution that is ranked in the top 50 worldwide, the University of Melbourne takes data backup consolidation seriously.