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Building ethical AI: Why AI education needs a moral compass

Ethical concerns should be embedded at the very centre of education that involves teaching and learning of AI and related technologies. This requires a multi-stakeholder approach involving collaboration between governments, academia, industry, and the public, writes Professor Tanveer Zia.

Human development and truth a model for successful Catholic institutions

In a generation where young people are increasingly “afraid there may be no truth at all,” University of Notre Dame Australia professors Fr Eamonn Conway and Leonard Franchi have encouraged Catholic educators to retain their distinct mission

Eschatology conference draws big numbers

Theologians ranged through topics as diverse as Rosemary’s Baby, the heat death of the universe, whether we will be male and female in heaven and Dante’s Inferno at the fifth instalment of the growing Theology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium conference series at the University of Notre Dame Australia.

Indigenous students get business leg-up from UNDA

The University of Notre Dame Australia has hosted 32 Indigenous high school students from across Western Australia at its Broome campus as part of a program designed to inspire Australia’s future leaders.

This Advent, it’s time to start thinking about the end of...

In February next year the University of Notre Dame will hold a course and conference on the 'last things.' But why does 'eschatology' matter?

Notre Dame wins uni debating cup

University debating isn’t usually a matter of life or death, but for the finalists of this year’s Archbishop’s Debating Cup the stakes were very real when they took to the podium to argue whether Catholics should get out of healthcare rather than comply with NSW’s looming euthanasia scheme.

UNDA launches Tim Fischer scholarship

The University of Notre Dame Australia officially launched the Honourable Tim Fischer AC Memorial Scholarship on Friday, 23 September. The scholarship was awarded in recognition...

Catholic education is vital, says VC

The head of one of Australia’s largest Catholic universities has launched a powerful, personal defence of Catholic education around the world, saying it has...

Student returns to her alma mater as a Sister

In another life Sarah Lovegrove was an arts law student. Now she's part of the chaplaincy team at her old unil

Sydney lay theologian Matt Tan to teach at Wagga Seminary

Dr Matthew Tan will take up the role when he moves to the New South Wales rural Diocese of Wagga Wagga

Aunty Elsie Heiss Indigenous Support Scholarship for Notre Dame

The Scholarship supports and recognises Indigenous students for their outstanding commitment to learning

Requiescat In Pace UNDA ‘Founding Father’ Professor Michael Quinlan

Leading and highly respected Australian physician and educator and one of the founders of the University of Notre Dame Australia, Professor Michael Quinlan AO has passed away in Perth.
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