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Congratulations to the 2023 Bragg Prize winners

UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing

Drum roll please… Here are the winners of the 2023 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing

Ethical issues, future developments, and applications in sport – these are the fascinating and timely areas of AI explored by the 2023 Bragg Prize winners.

High school students around Australia were invited to submit 800-word essays exploring how we use and benefit from AI, with a particular focus on science.

Three winning essays were selected from dozens of seriously impressive entries. Find out more about our 2023 panel of judges here.

2023 Bragg Prize winners

Winner: Two Paths to AI: The Choice of Humanity

Elsie Paton, (Kambala School, NSW), explores the existing and potential ethical issues associated with AI. Read her essay in full here.

Runner-up: The Science of AI

Daniel Kim (The Scots College, NSW), looks look at the history and future of AI, with strong examples and potential future developments. Read his essay in full here.

Runner-up: AI in Sports Science

Zavier Argent (Leeming Senior High School, WA) digs deeper into AI to illustrate its capabilities in sports science. Read his essay in full here.

Congratulations also to the following school for submitting the most entries, taking out our School’s Book Prize:

The Bragg Prizes are named for Australia’s very first Nobel Laureates, the father-and-son team of William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg. Bookmark the competition page for the 2024 theme at the start of Term 1 2024, and sign up to the Careers with STEM for competition updates.


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