Arthur Holland Michel is a Peruvian-born writer and researcher. He currently serves as an associate researcher for the UN Institute for Disarmament Research, where his work focuses on the military applications of artificial intelligence and autonomy, and as a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. He has written about drones, surveillance, artificial intelligence, robots, and the arts for Wired, Vice, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, Fast Company, and an Oxford Research Encyclopedia, among other outlets. His first book, Eyes in the Sky (2019), addressed the rise of advanced aerial surveillance technology. Arthur is a founder of the Center for the Study of the Drone, a research institute at Bard College in New York State, where he served as co-director from 2012 to 2020.