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SAF tests smarter technology to enhance its sense and strike integration at the biennial exercise.
Innovation leaders from around the world gather for the second Singapore Defence Technology Summit.
For the first time, the prestigious SAF Scholarship – second only to the President’s Scholarship – has been awarded to a polytechnic graduate and a student from the School of the Arts (SOTA).
Harnessing advanced technologies, putting in place agile systems and collaborating with industries are some of the things that the defence technology sector has to do to keep up with rapid change.
As we enter a future where Artificial Intelligence (AI) can make decisions faster than humans, it is imperative to ensure that AI-driven machines continue to act in our best interest.
Only one out of four members in the team had deep knowledge of Artificial Intelligence (AI), but that did not stop them from developing an AI model that can accurately recognise and classify human gestures and poses in images.
Rapid technological growth is the new norm in every sector, and the military is no exception.
At only 16, she had developed an algorithm that can detect fake news and help people to make better judgments on the accuracy of news they are reading.
Ms Liu Haohui, then a student from Raffles Girls' School, developed the algorithm last year under the Young Defence Scientists Programme (YDSP) organised by the Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and DSO National Laboratories (DSO).
The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) now has its first fully customised submarine.
Mrs Ivy Ng, wife of Defence Minister Dr Ng Eng Hen, launched the submarine Invincible at the thyssenKrupp Marine Systems shipyard in Kiel, Germany, on 18 Feb.
Major (MAJ) Charles Eu and his girlfriend Geraldine Leong are cat lovers. A new cat-themed attraction? The pair, who met online two years ago, would have likely visited it before — they have been to the Cat Museum which shuttered in June 2018, as well as many adoption centres.