Prof./Dr. Adam Svendsen, lecturer in Global Security & Intelligence on the program has recently contributed to the UK Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology’s (POST) Note publication on ‘Automation in military operations.
His contribution was based on the research findings of his report, ‘Risky or Rewarding? Navigating Diversity in Contemporary Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)’, RSIS Policy Report (Singapore: March 2022) and his contribution on ‘Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)’, chapter 22 in J. Deni and D. Galbreath (eds), Routledge Handbook of Defence Studies (London: Routledge, 2018).
During October 2022, he has also been presenting his research findings to the Royal Netherlands Defence Academy and the Oxford Changing Character of War’s co-run the ‘Future of War’ Conference in Amsterdam and to the annual International Society of Military Sciences Conference, this year hosted by Portuguese Defence in Lisbon.