Innovation and Adaptation

Training

Cove Thoughts - Episode 1: Do you speaka my language?

In this episode of Cove Thoughts, we examine language training within the Army and explore new ways in which our people can gain language skills.

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

Enhancing Army’s intellectual capacity through MakerSpaces | Australian Army Research Centre

This link to the Land Power Forum from Australian Army Research Centre examines MakerSpaces. A great piece on innovation.

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

How to Train Your AI Soldier Robots (And the Humans Who Command Them) | War on the Rocks

This week’s link from 'War on the Rocks' looks how we may use machine learning to train our AI controlled platforms.

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

Soldiers build drone from flat-pack to flight-ready | Grounded Curiosity

In this article from Grounded Curiosity, Jacob Choi reports on the day he spent with some Australian Army soldiers and the Precision Payload Delivery System (PPDS).

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

Are we ready for machines to learn and make decisions for us? | The Forge

In this article from 'The Forge', Jasmin Diab asks (and answers) some poignant questions about machine learning and its use by the military.

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

Improving the sensor-shooter link for an Army in Motion

This article is in reply to Jason Kirkham's recent submission to The Cove on Fighting with Fires. Braden Holmes has provided a solution to expanding observation of fires training throughout the...

By Braden Holmes

Innovation and Adaptation

i-Can Help You

Samuel Duckett White and Lincoln Sudholz explore the realm of the possible when it comes to applying machine learning to areas such as the Military Justice System and Career Management.

By Samuel C. Duckett White

Innovation and Adaptation

More Than Just a Hashtag: The Criticality of Developing an Intellectual Edge

Originally posted on The Forge, Greg Colton, the Director of The Cove, defines the Intellectual Edge.

By Greg Colton

Innovation and Adaptation

A Changing Army Does Not Arrive

What is the role of the RSM in an Army in Motion? This article from Darren Murch argues that RSMs should focus on 'changing' rather than 'change' if the Army is to be Future Ready.

By Darren Murch OAM

Innovation and Adaptation

The Singapore Armed Forces Volunteer Corps and Opportunities for the Australian Total Force

The recently published Army in Motion CA Guidance declares that the Australian Army needs to adapt to compete for and retain talent through changes in work organisation and demographics. This article...

By Mark Armstrong

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