In this episode of the National Security Podcast, the second instalment of our particular three-part sequence key developments influencing the long run strategic panorama of the Indo-Pacific, we contemplate the applied sciences which have grow to be vital to nationwide safety and the way they’re going to form the area over the approaching a long time.
Technology has been a part of human life since shale was formed to chop animal conceal. Things have come a great distance since stone was the vanguard of innovation. In this episode of the National Security Podcast, we converse to numerous scientists, researchers, strategic thinkers and analysts to seek out out what applied sciences they’re engaged on and those that they assume may plausibly affect the long run strategic panorama. Listen right here: https://bit.ly/2V3MG3K
Jennifer Jackett is a Sir Roland Wilson Scholar within the National Security College at The Australian National University.
Professor Claudia Vickers is leads the Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform on the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
Dr Amy Parker is Vice-President of Earth Observation Australia.
Dr Sue Keay is Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland AI Hub and Chair of Robotics Australia.
Dr Atsushi Sunami is the President of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation.
Michael O’Hanlon is Director of Research for Foreign Policy and Co-Director of the Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology on the Brookings Institution.
Elsa Kania is Adjunct Senior Fellow with the Technology and National Security Program on the Centre for a New American Security.
Chris Farnham is the Senior Outreach and Policy Officer on the ANU National Security College.
This mini-series types a part of the Indo-Pacific Futures Project underway at ANU National Security College. This challenge, which explores the long run strategic panorama of the Indo-Pacific area, presents a variety of study and concepts, all of which is on the market on the Futures Hub website. In the remainder of this sequence, consultants from throughout the nationwide safety neighborhood will interrogate the way forward for the Indo-Pacific strategic panorama, consider the affect of vital technology on the area, and study the rise of geoeconomics as a characteristic of nice energy competitors. Don’t miss the first episode of the sequence.
The Indo-Pacific Futures Project receives help from the Japanese Embassy in Australia. ANU National Security College is impartial in its actions, analysis, and editorial judgment and doesn’t take institutional positions on coverage points. Accordingly, the creator is solely chargeable for the views expressed on this publication, which shouldn’t be taken as reflecting the views of any authorities or organisation.
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