UOW to help develop military artificial intelligence – Illawarra Mercury

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The University of Wollongong will help develop military artificial intelligence under a new collaboration with the University of South Australia. The universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together. The collaboration will enable new advances using AI and data analytics plus develop goal-oriented autonomous systems – unmanned military machines capable of making decisions. “Both universities have a proud history of contributing to Australia’s security through strong partnership with the Australian DoD and defence industries and a willingness to work on finding tangible solutions and relevant innovations for our industry partners,” UOW Defence Strategy Leader Dr Paul Di Pietro said. Read more: UOW budget woes: NSW Premier flags lifeline for ‘suffering’ regional universities

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UOW to help develop military artificial intelligence

The University of Wollongong will help develop military artificial intelligence under a new collaboration with the University of South Australia.

The universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together.

The collaboration will enable new advances using AI and data analytics plus develop goal-oriented autonomous systems – unmanned military machines capable of making decisions.

“Both universities have a proud history of contributing to Australia’s security through strong partnership with the Australian DoD and defence industries and a willingness to work on finding tangible solutions and relevant innovations for our industry partners,” UOW Defence Strategy Leader Dr Paul Di Pietro said.

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