Teaching has commenced in our experimental master's program for 2019. We wouldn’t say that things have settled down, but there is a rhythm in sight.
OUR NEWS AND UPDATES
3Ai MASTERS PILOT LAUNCH
We were very pleased that so many of our co-conspirators were able to join us for the launch of our pilot masters program. For those who missed it, we made a video.
MEET OUR STUDENTS
Our first student cohort has arrived at the 3Ai! We need many voices, backgrounds and perspectives to build something entirely new. You’ll hear more about what our students are up to, but for now – human first.
A MOMENT TO REFLECT
At the 3Ai we always seek to place our work and hopes for the future in the context of what has come before. Last month, Glenn Dickins, one of the first ANU engineering graduates, met with our students as they commenced the beginning of their experiment in education and emerging technologies. Read more about Glenn's visit here.
The students ended their orientation week being thankful. And we are pleased to say that our co-conspirators were not forgotten!
"Dear FOI (Friends of the Institute)
There are so many of you!
Thank you for everything you have done so far to build the momentum that got us to where we are right now.
We're all in this together.
Thank you also in advance for all the help you will contribute in the next 12 months - we can't do this alone.
Kind Regards on behalf of the the 3Ai Pilots"
STUDENT RECRUITMENT 2020
We wanted to give you all the heads up that we will be doing another round of student recruitment later this year. Upcoming recruitment rounds will include applications for the 2020 Masters Program and a competitive PhD program.
Keep checking these emails for further information. And if you know anyone who would be interested encourage them to sign up to the mailing list.
Artificial intelligence and ethics: challenges and responsibilities
We invite ANU students and staff to join us for an address by Brad Smith, Global President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft. Based in Washington State, Brad joined Microsoft in 1993 and now leads the company’s work on critical issues such as privacy, security, accessibility, environmental sustainability and digital inclusion.
Wed 27 March, 9–9.45am AEDT
Kambri Cultural Centre, ANU Campus
Security and Privacy in an Artificially Intelligent World
Genevieve Bell will be chairing Security and Privacy in an Artificially Intelligent World with Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer at Microsoft as the keynote speaker. The event is proudly hosted by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA).
To celebrate the launch of the ANU Women’s Alumni Network, Genevieve Bell will be participating on a panel discussion on ‘Women Overcoming Obstacles’. If you are a alumna, come along and listen to this fascinating panel!
Sat 30 Mar, 4–6.30pm AEDT
Kambri Cultural Centre, ANU Campus, Acton ACT