Algorithmic predictions and pre-emptive violence: a review of Professor Anthony Downey’s paper on AI and drones

Downey’s paper explores the ethical implications of AI-driven unmanned aerial systems in modern warfare and their impact on military strategy and human rights.

UK Ministry of Defence under scrutiny for omitting thousands of drones in annual inventory

An administrative error led the UK Ministry of Defence to exclude nearly 30 types of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from its annual equipment inventory, sparking concerns over the accuracy and management of military assets.

The changing landscape of air surveillance, digital warfare, and the RAF’s airstrikes: a commentary

Concerns about RAF airstrikes causing civilian casualties highlights the need for transparency, accountability, and critical engagement with surveillance technologies and global power dynamics.