Teams from Wide Bay–Burnett, Goondiwindi, Roma and the Gold Coast have scored places in the Queensland Connects program, run by the Queensland Government in collaboration with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Queensland Connects leverages the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) regional entrepreneurship development model to help drive innovation-led entrepreneurship in our regions, tapping into […]
IntelliHQ is dedicated to addressing diversity gaps in Data Science and AI by providing accessible opportunities for demographics who are underrepresented in the field to learn about and gain skills in the use of AI tools.
On the 6th of October, over 100 community members including clinicians, healthcare executives, IT experts, AI industry leaders, researchers and government came together to hear from three expert panels on how AI will impact the healthcare sector.
IntelliHQ with the Queensland AI Hub reached out to our international networks to gain some expert insight into how clinicians are innovating using data and AI in leading international organisations and take away some learnings from those who are leading the way.S
The Young Women Leaders in AI training bootcamp and datathon was run by from the 9TH – 18TH of April with over 30 participants taking a deep dive into AI and data analytics with expert-guided workshops and seminars.
How do we break down barriers to AI adoption in healthcare?
The Queensland Government’s coworking and innovation space, Cohort, has launched a brand new healthtech accelerator that is being backed by over 25 industry partners.
The accelerator, LuminaX, will open the door for ten startups to undergo a 14-week intensive program that provides them with the networks, expertise, space, and resources required to build, grow and launch a successful healthtech business.
Stuart Layt of The Brisbane Times interviewed Dr Kelvin Ross from IntelliHQ about the first AI Hub Collaborative workshop.
The Queensland AI Hub & IntelliHQ partnered to run the Hub’s first medical datathon bringing together over 150 participants forming 17 teams to solve real world clinical problems applying AI and ML tools to real patient data.
On 12 and 13 May 2020 Udacity held their online conference “AI for Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19”. The conference has been recorded and featured many interesting speakers and panel discussions. The conference attracted nearly 15,000 live attendees, one of the highest attended Udacity events, a strong indicator of interest in the area. A […]