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UniMelb posts $203M deficit

The University of Melbourne recorded a $203 million deficit in 2022, despite posting record-breaking surpluses over the past two years. On Thursday, the University of Melbourne released its financial results for the end of 2022, where it finished with $203 ...

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The AI revolution in higher education: opinion

Generative artificial intelligence is a growing branch of AI which helps with generating new and original content. ChatGPT, the word-of-mouth generative AI these days, is a language model created by Open AI that uses algorithms to produce human-like answers to ...

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USYD staff vote to continue strikes

Staff at the University of Sydney have voted to continue rolling industrial action marking the longest-running strike campaign seen in any Australian university. On Friday, staff from the university formed picket lines in front of the university's Camperdown campus marking ...

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UniSC named Australia’s happiest university

The University of the Sunshine Coast Sippy Downs campus was named Australia's happiest university by an artificial intelligence program that analysed students' Instagram pictures. The analysis used an AI recognition tool that measured levels of emotion in human faces to ...

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How technology can help transform your campus

The Australian tertiary education sector is one of the nation’s largest exports, generating close to $30 billion in export income. The sector also employs more than 250,000 people and has more than four million enrolments. Tertiary education plays a significant ...

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