Artificial Intelligence

4. AI research at UQ

Research around the uni

For information about who is currently active in researching AI see:


QBI Breakfast Series provides a backdrop for exclusive engagement with a national and international community. Here, QBI scientists engage with key supporters, influencers, community groups, not-for-profits and corporations through a series of informative interactive research lectures. At an upcoming event they are discussing Artificial Intelligence, to register your interest see the event page, AI Breakfast at QBI.

From the curious beginner to the advanced practitioner, the Queensland AI group is for anyone interested in learning and sharing ideas in AI. They aim to run events to get people together and to support all the great AI initiatives taking place in Queensland.


This is an article on how AI will impact Universities written by Mark Dodgson of UQ Business school.

Dr Adnan Trakic, a UQ researcher with funding from the Queensland government for his work with AI, is going to develop a robot to detect structural faults in buildings.

Research projects

Automated Microseismic Event Detection with Machine Learning is a research project in the school of Earth and Environmental Sciences.