Heritability explained: uncovering the secrets of genetic disease
By understanding heritability of genetic diseases, scientists are getting closer to unlocking the mysteries of conditions such as Alzheimer's.
Aida Brankovic talks all things AI at PHA 2023
Aida discussed the future of artificial intelligence in the health sector at the Private Healthcare Australia conference.
The small-town scientist shaping the future of STEM
Jess Bugeja is using artificial intelligence to improve outcomes for pre-term infants and she’s passionate about inspiring kids to pursue STEM.
Meet Dolores, the chatbot helping people with chronic pain
This piece, republished from The Conversation, explains how a CSIRO-developed chatbot is proving the adage 'a picture is worth a thousand words'.
Rosita Shishegar has data on the brain
Dr Rosita Shishegar and her colleagues are using data science to facilitate Alzheimer’s disease research.
Everyday AI: CSIRO’s new podcast exploring artificial intelligence
New year, new you. How about a new podcast too? We’ve got just the recommendation. Have you ever wondered what […]
Queensland AMR Hub to tackle antimicrobial resistance
The COVID-19 pandemic has awakened the world to the dangers of zoonotic infectious diseases impacting human health. Another major challenge to human health is Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) – bacteria that cannot be treated by antibiotics. To tackle this problem a ‘One Health’ approach which recognises the contribution of humans, animals, plants and the environment to AMR is required.
AI in Healthcare Video Series Part 3: Data Driven Intelligence and Virtual Care
The increase in virtual care – through tele-health, mobile health and other technologies – provides a perfect opportunity to use […]
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