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UNSW experts available for comment – Announcement of Meta launch of AI capabilities

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UNSW Business

 Associate Professor Sam Kirshner, School of Information Systems and Technology Management is an expert in behavioural decision-making in operations and technology. A/Prof. Kirshner can comment on how algorithms and artificial intelligence can impact decision-making. He can reached by email:

Associate Professor Rob Nicholls, School of Management and Governance is an expert in regulation and governance. A/Prof. Nicholls can comment on policy, generative AI and the impact of this technology in a regulatory space. He can be reached by email and telephone: or +61 4 1264 6477.


UNSW Engineering

Dr Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson, School of Computer Science and Engineering is a senior lecturer in epistemics. Dr Sequoiah-Grayson can comment on post-truth, deep-fakes, authenticity, and generative AI. He can be contacted by email:

Scientia Professor Toby Walsh, School of Computer Science and Engineering is an AI expert and says: “It’s interesting to see Meta pivot to become an AI company, though unsurprising as this is the way now of all the tech giants. Here at UNSW’s AI Institute, we have the largest collection of researchers in Australia building that AI future. Meta’s new tools do raise a deep and important question. Will AI ever match human creativity? This is the subject of my latest book, out in two weeks’ time and an informative debate recently on ABC RN’s Big Idea.” He can be contacted by email:

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