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Campbell Wilson

Campbell Wilson is an academic researcher and works in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. He is the co-director of the AiLECS (AI for Law Enforcement and Community Safety) Research Centre, a collaboration between Monash University and the Australian Federal Police. His expertise encompasses machine learning, information retrieval and digital forensics. His current research focuses on the application of AI in addressing serious societal issues such as transnational criminal activity. He also explores the ethical implications of AI technologies in law-enforcement applications and their explainability in policing and judicial contexts.

Campbell Wilson

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Book launch | Monash University Low FODMAP: The Cookbook (Invitation Only)

Monash University Caulfield Monash Art, Design and Architecture Exhibition Space,, Caulfield

120 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes developed by the founders of the FODMAP diet This is the perfect cooking companion to better manage symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Offering 120...

Book Launch: The Uncertainty Effect by Michelle Lazarus

Matheson Library Monash University, Clayton, VIC

To be launched by Professor Sharon Pickering A smart, practical book that shows us how to navigate uncertain times In an age of pandemic and economic precarity, how can we...

Gender Equality Forum (including Inala Cooper)

Wurriki Nyal 137-149 Mercer Street, Geelong, VIC

The fight for gender equality has been a drawn-out battle. Since the 1900’s, women have led the conversation. They have been challenging patriarchal systems, policies, and laws to ensure that...