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Professors call for national AI research centre

Australian inquiry hears of need to share knowledge and clarify copyright issues

A “centre of excellence” for research into generative artificial intelligence would be a “positive step” in Australia’s efforts to incorporate the technology into education, a House of Representatives inquiry has been told.  

Speaking to the House Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training, Glenn Wightwick, deputy vice-chancellor and vice-president for enterprise at the University of Technology Sydney, said that although universities were already sharing knowledge on the issue, more could be done.

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