As data becomes increasingly valuable, the need for strong cyber security infrastructure intensifies. In an article by Simon Evans from the Australian Financial Review, the Australian Institute for Machine Learning is identified as a key player in improving the nation's defence capabilities.
AIML is excited to announce a new scholarship program in partnership with the Defence Artificial Intelligence Centre to support two full time PhDs who are commencing/undertaking research in into computer vision, machine learning and deep learning.
Australia has a proud history of scientific endeavour and is recognised as a leader in fields from engineering and computer science to physics, space science, materials science and molecular biology.
South Australian researchers have secured nearly $695,000 in funding from the Defence Innovation Partnership to collaborate on cutting-edge defence research projects.
A team from AIML featuring Jamie Sherrah and Phil Roberts, and DST Group’s Victor Stamatescu has beaten more than 4000 submissions from around the world to gain second place in the Defense Innovation Unit’s (DIU) xVIEW Challenge.
It has just been announced that the Data to Decisions (D2D) CRC application was successful. The ACVT (now AIML) forms a major node of the D2D CRC, being responsible for the analytics program within the CRC. The aim of the D2D CRC is to develop robust data analysis tools applicable to problems of importance to Defence, and other industries.
The ACVT (now AIML) has been awarded two contracts to work with the Defence Systems Innovation Centre (DSIC) in the area of Big Data.
We have been successful in attracting a Capability and Technology Demonstrator (CTD) Program award from the Federal Government and DSTO.