Zoe Stanley-Lockman is an Associate Research Fellow in the Military Transformations Programme at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. Her research interests are in the areas of defence innovation, emerging technologies, defence industries, and military capability development. Previously she worked as a defence analyst at the European Union Institute for Security Studies in Paris and Brussels. She holds a Master's degree from Sciences Po Paris and a Bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University. Throughout her studies, her practical experience included working on dual-use export controls with the U.S. government and consulting for U.S. government systems integrators. Her participation in the Warring with Machines project will include framing machine learning in a socio-technical context that takes into account the unique aspects of defence economics, management, and operational environments, as well as applying lessons across alliances and like-minded countries.