How will emerging technologies shape the conduct and consequences of war? And how will they impact civilian security? Today on Displaced, Loren DeJonge Schulman and Erin Simpson—both hosts of Bombshell, a podcast covering national security and defense issues—explore how technological innovation is transforming armed conflict. Delving into autonomous weapons, AI, and cyber, Schulman and Simpson draw out their implications for the proliferation of violence and humanitarian response.
Listen to the full conversation on Vox Media's Displaced podcast here:
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