Centre for Artificial Intelligence (CAI) AI Hub
The Centre for Artificial Intelligence (CAI) is a world leading research centre in artificial intelligence, with an ambition to develop theoretical foundations and advanced algorithms for artificial intelligence, and to drive significant progress in related areas like computational intelligence, computer vision, data science, machine learning, brain computer interface, social robotics, and intelligent information systems. CAI was formally established in March 2017 and has become the biggest centre in Australia in the field of artificial intelligence. CAI currently has 35 academic staff (including four distinguished professors, one FTSE, two FIEEE and one highly cited researcher), 12 postdocs, and more than 100 PhD students in five research labs. CAI members are working on 17 Australian Research Council (ARC) projects (including ARC Discovery, Linkage, Future Fellow, and Discovery Early Career Research Award) and 28 national and international industry projects. Since its establishment in 2017, CAI staff have published around 740 papers, with 337 being in high reputational international journals; CAI core members have delivered over 20 keynotes in national and international conferences; and, with students, received a number of best paper awards from leading journals and conferences and other national and international awards.