Microsoft and the University of Sydney agree to collaborate on AI capability

March 18, 2024

Under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the two organisations, they will each increase their understanding of the other’s AI capabilities, using this information as the basis for ongoing collaboration. “The University has been recognised as an early leader in rapidly addressing the critical need to engage with AI across all areas of the institution, enabling our staff and students to begin mastering the technology, from both an opportunity and risk perspective,” said Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott. “This includes supporting Australia to be a leader in ethical AI teaching and learning, as well as research and applications in a fast-moving, international context. Our relationship with Microsoft perfectly places us to build on that strong foundation, looking at AI in relation to our research, education and operations.”

Under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the two organisations, they will each increase their understanding of the other’s AI capabilities, using this information as the basis for ongoing collaboration.

“The University has been recognised as an early leader in rapidly addressing the critical need to engage with AI across all areas of the institution, enabling our staff and students to begin mastering the technology, from both an opportunity and risk perspective,” said Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott.

“This includes supporting Australia to be a leader in ethical AI teaching and learning, as well as research and applications in a fast-moving, international context. Our relationship with Microsoft perfectly places us to build on that strong foundation, looking at AI in relation to our research, education and operations.” 

The source of this news is from University of Sydney

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