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How would you feel if your best friend in your twilight years was a robot? It’s one of the many thought-provoking questions being posed at QUT’s Robotronica event on Sunday.
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Celebrate Riverfire in style with the QUT Learning Potential Fund's cocktail evening of entertainment, food and fireworks. Enjoy the spectacular views in QUT’s premier location. Hosted by author, QUT alumnus, and QUT Learning Potential Fund Ambassador, Tracey Spicer.
Robotronica will return to QUT's Gardens Point Precinct in August to reveal the most up to date advancements and innovations in the fields of robotics and interactive design.
21st century robots are already starting to look like humanoids and behave like humans, but is it going to be a happy ending?
20-08-2017 - 29-10-2017
This free exhibition gives visitors to a chance to enter a surreal world featuring Cake Industries' performative mechatronic sculptures.
20-08-2017 - 29-10-2017
This free interactive exhibition at QUT Art Museum raises questions about art, machines and humanity - and gives visitors a chance to see works like Robo-Panda!
Join us at Robotronica 2017 as Professor Matthew Rimmer (QUT IP and Innovation Law Research Program) leads a discussion, in conversation with Dr Monique Mann (QUT Crime and Justice Research Centre), Associate Professor James Mullins (Deakin University) and Acting Superintendent Brad Wright (Queensland Police Services), to consider the implications of remote-controlled, fully autonomous and semi-autonomous robots as law enforcers, the types of considerations needed to ensure safe practices, and whether anxieties surrounding robotics in policing are grounded in truth or fiction.
Creative³ is the only event of its kind in Australia for creative startups and will feature dynamic presentations from more than 15 global thought leaders who are creative game changers and entrepreneurs. Hosted by QUT CEA, this one-day event is aimed at people who want to start, grown or scale their creative business.
Discover how to use machine learning technology in creative practice at this QUT workshop.
14-07-2017 - 25-06-2018
Exploring William Robinson's prolific return to the still life.
The Australian Centre for Health Law Research, the Crime and Justice Research Centre, and the QUT Faculty of Law, in collaboration with ADA Australia (aged and disability advocates), will host a public forum on August 30 on Examining access to justice for those with an enduring power of attorney who are suffering financial abuse.
Should robots ease the looming loneliness epidemic? Find out at Robotronica
Darryl McDonough named QUT’s Outstanding Alumnus of the Year