When one feral cat just isn’t another feral cat
Students have demonstrated that artificial intelligence can identify individual feral cats in the wild →
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT) educates the innovators of the future, working with industry, government and entrepreneurs to solve real-world challenges. Our graduates and researchers lead the way in engineering and information technology to build a more sustainable future.
Conversational systems may play a key role in future mental healthcare and have the potential to help cut down global e-waste – but there are caveats
In times of remote communication and notorious connection problems, how do we empathise with each other through the curtain of technology when non-verbal cues are missing?
An opportunity to combine computer science with technical business expertise inspired Akansha Pandey to move from India to Australia to undertake a Master of Information Systems. Akansha shares her story about her budding career in cybersecurity.
Clinical decision support systems help doctors ‘do the right thing’ by their patients, but they can also be exploited – Australia needs to think about regulation sooner rather than later
Potentially deadly landslides and mine or tunnel collapses can be predicted weeks in advance thanks to a new tool developed at the University of Melbourne.
By extracting biofuel from agricultural and urban waste, researchers hope to create a low-cost, zero emission transport fuel for the future