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Casey Babb is an Associate Fellow at RUSI; a Senior Analyst at Public Safety Canada; and a PhD Candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University, in Ottawa. His doctoral research focuses on the ways in which different authoritarian regimes vary in their use of cyber attacks. Over the last number of years, he has also undertaken extensive research on the nexus between artificial intelligence and national security, cyber conflict, weaponising outer space, and the impact emerging technologies are having on great power competition and warfare.
He holds degrees in Political Science and International Development (BA) from Saint Mary’s University, as well as in International Relations (MA) from York University.