A new initiative is enticing Ai specialists to confront challenges faced by the Defence Force and the National Intelligence Community.
Advanced artificial intelligence might be exciting in science fiction movies, but Defence is treating similar concepts as possible future realities.
7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, has taken to the skies, qualifying soldiers on the Black Hornet nano unmanned aerial system.
Defence scientists are working on a satellite communications research venture that has the potential to significantly enhance military capability.
DST has unveiled a new plan for collaborative mission-directed research to ensure Australia’s forces maintain a capability edge.
DST scientists are working with counterparts from the United States to demonstrate the capabilities of advanced hyperspectral imaging.
Defence’s Artificial Intelligence prototype to transform airborne search and rescue is now in its second phase of development.
An artificial intelligence (Ai) project run by Defence personnel in search-and-rescue (SAR) trials has the potential to save lives.
Chefs at HMAS Kuttabul in Sydney have a new weapon at their disposal to aid in the fleet’s war on waste.
A competition between military and banking personnel produced collaborative results in a cyber-security challenge.
Defence has reaffirmed its commitment to gender equity by taking part in an inaugural gender equity conference.
An Army regiment used an unmanned aerial system to survey blazing scrub in the Orroral Valley near Canberra on February 6.