The next time you ask for a home loan, a robot rather than a bank manager may make the decision.
By Anita Shore | Business; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Curtin PhD student Danica Hendry is developing a new, automated recognition system that can analyse the performance of professional athletes and dancers better than current activity trackers.
By Kitty Drok | Health and medicine; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
Imagine a future where you could type with your mind or wear glasses that overlay a virtual world onto the real-world. This future could soon be here, thanks to Facebook.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Feature; Business, management and law; IT and computing; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
As chief financial officer for China’s largest internet company, Curtin graduate John Lo is an expert in innovation and what it takes to succeed in the rapidly evolving world of tech.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Alumni news; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Ever since the first conveyor system was developed in the 18th century, engineers have been refining the device to maximise its operation and efficiency in transporting goods and resources.
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How do you feel about driverless vehicles? Are you ready to let a machine make potentially life-or-death decisions for you?
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Feature; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
WAIT alumnus Dr Thomas Shannon reflects on his lifelong passion for understanding how the body works, and how he has applied his knowledge in diverse settings from healthcare to Hollywood.
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Mullaloo Surf Lifesving Club is going hi-tech to prevent shark attacks.
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If you think you’ve been keeping up with the incredible ways technology is changing people’s lives, have a chat with Professor Stelarc and you’ll probably have to think again.
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