Journal Articles | 15 December 2009

Of men v machines: who knows what lurks in the hearts of man?

Technological advancement has always tested societal paradigms - even in warfare. Even so, the pace and pervasiveness of technological innovation in the 21st century seem to challenge the very basis of human interaction in conflict. In this article in the Australian Defence Force Journal, Nick Floyd, Chief of Army Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute enters the human dimension of modern warfare through the portal of its past, and considers the prospects for a future, non-human manifestation of conflict. Australian Defence Force Journal, Issue 180, 2009 pp 78-83

Nicholas Floyd

  • Nicholas Floyd

Technological advancement has always tested societal paradigms - even in warfare. Even so, the pace and pervasiveness of technological innovation in the 21st century seem to challenge the very basis of human interaction in conflict. In this article in the Australian Defence Force Journal, Nick Floyd, Chief of Army Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute enters the human dimension of modern warfare through the portal of its past, and considers the prospects for a future, non-human manifestation of conflict. Australian Defence Force Journal, Issue 180, 2009 pp 78-83

Nicholas Floyd

  • Nicholas Floyd