Australian researchers develop AI algorithm to protect military robots from cyberattacks

Australian researchers have developed an AI algorithm that can intercept and shut down man-in-the-middle (MitM) cyberattacks on unmanned military robots in seconds.
MitM attacks are a type of cyberattack where an attacker intercepts communication between two parties and impersonates one of them. This can be used to steal data, redirect traffic, or even take control of a system.
The new AI algorithm is able to detect MitM attacks by analyzing the patterns of network traffic. It can then take steps to block the attack and protect the robot.
The algorithm has been tested in real time on a replica of a United States army combat ground vehicle and was 99% successful in preventing a malicious attack.
This development is a significant step forward in protecting military robots from cyberattacks. It could help to keep these robots safe and operational in even the most hostile environments.

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