Wing Commander Jo Brick

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#5thgenmaneouvre: A Historical Perspective on Manoeuvre – Jo Brick

On 24 October 2019, the Sir Richard Williams Foundation held a seminar examining the requirements of #5thgenmanoeuvre. The seminar aimed to examine the differences and potential gaps in how the Australian Defence Force must  equip and organise for multi-domain operations. A basic premise was that the new capabilities being introduced into Australian service required an [...]

By |February 16th, 2020|#5thgenmanoeuvre, 5th Generation Air Power, Australian Defence Force|Comments Off on #5thgenmaneouvre: A Historical Perspective on Manoeuvre – Jo Brick

#SciFi, #AI and the Future of War: Astro Boy, Chappie, ‘consciousness’ and the Japanese way of robotics – Jo Brick

Jo Brick joins our #SciFi, #AI and the Future of War series with a discussion on Western and Japanese approaches in fiction to robots and consciousness. Why is it, Jo asks, that Western approaches seem replete with gadgets rising up to end humanity while Japanese robots will happily co-exist if humans will let them? ‘Cogito [...]

By |February 17th, 2019|AI, Ethics, Future Warfare, Science Fiction|Comments Off on #SciFi, #AI and the Future of War: Astro Boy, Chappie, ‘consciousness’ and the Japanese way of robotics – Jo Brick