Arthur Holland Michel is a Peruvian-born writer and researcher. He has written about drones, surveillance, artificial intelligence, robots, the arts, immigration, and movies for Wired, Vice, The Verge, Fast Company, Motherboard, Al Jazeera America, U.S. News, Bookforum, Mashable Spotlight, and an Oxford Research Encyclopedia, among other outlets. His first book, Eyes in the Sky, about the rise of advanced aerial surveillance technology, was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in June 2019. Arthur is the founder and co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone, a research institute at Bard College in New York State.
Arthur Holland Michel reported on the 'Gorgon Stare' surveillance system. Followed by Don Schmidt and Tom Carey on the Roswell case. More »