Machine-enhanced decision making; and clapping, flapping drones
Professor Tania Sourdin talks to ABC Radio National about her work on justice apps
Artificial Intelligence and other advanced technologies are now being used to make decisions about everything from family law to sporting team selection. So, what works and what still needs refinement?
Professor Tania Sourdin joined other colleagues and technical experts on ABC Radio National’s Future Tense program to discuss the increasing role of technology and artificial intelligence in our society.
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