In a long anticipated episode, we are joined by Joe Robinson who is the CEO of Improbable Defence.
In a wide ranging discussion, Joe kicks off by tackling the Metaverse question, defining what it means to Defence, and providing his own personal views on how it might be implemented over the coming years. Joe also provides a short update on some internal developments within Improbable as the organisation matures its service delivery offerings.
We also take the time to discuss with Joe some of the more recent topics within defence, including how AI and machine learning might impact defence and how they relate to modelling and simulation.
Recognising that the adoption of new technologies might require a different approach to, Joe goes on to describe how governments are adapting the way they procure, implement and support these emerging concepts. Joe highlights the work done by Defence Digital and other organisations across government that are changing the way they do business.
As ever we are joined by our intrepid journalist Andy Fawkes from MS&T, who is sticking with the Metaverse theme to update us on developments within the Royal Navy’s bridge simulators. Andy goes on to discuss another story about how VR can be used to identify people by their movement and behaviours only, which is an interesting if slightly scary concept.
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Since the end of the Cold War, the UK, US and their allies have been unchallenged in military technological dominance. Today, we are facing a different reality: our adversaries are seizing the technological edge.
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