Defence’s primary focus continues to be to protect and advance Australia’s strategic interests through the provision of appropriately prepared and equipped armed forces. To achieve this, Defence prepares for and conducts military operations and other tasks as directed by the Government and winning in this environment requires both sophisticated
systems and superbly trained forces. The highly dynamic and complex nature of these modern Defence environments must be supported by innovative current practice and experience, together with promising new ideas that are likely to be used in the near future. Capability breakthroughs, strategic challenges and technological innovation are considered to be the major focus, and the pursuit of game changing solutions that address these areas requires a collaborative, cross-disciplinary research effort. This could include research areas such as human performance assessment, knowledge-based systems, intelligent software agents, natural-language processing, technologies for knowledge management, machine learning, data mining, adaptive and intelligent robotics, knowledge-intensive processing on the Web, and social issues relevant to intelligent systems. This symposium will cover aspects of intelligent systems encompassing the technological innovations, Challenges and Opportunities for or Advancing and Safeguarding Australia.
This symposium will cover aspects of intelligent systems encompassing the technological innovations, Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing and Safeguarding Australia
General Chair: Professor Saeid Nahavandi/Director Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation,Deakin University, Australia
General Co-Chair: Professor Peng Shi/The University of Adelaide, Australia
Program Chairs: A/Professor Chee Peng Lim, Dr Asim Bhatti/Deakin University, Australia
For more information about the event please download the event flyer: SYMPOSIUM ON INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCING AND SAFEGUARDING AUSTRALIA