Nicholas Wright combines neuroscientific, behavioral, and technological insights to understand emerging technology and global strategy in ways useful for policy. He is an affiliated scholar at Georgetown University, honorary senior research fellow at University College London (UCL), consultant at Intelligent Biology, and adjunct fellow (non-resident) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He works closely with various parts of the U.S. and UK governments, including the Pentagon Joint Staff. On artificial intelligence (AI) he advises Europe’s largest tech company, SAP. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) used his definition of gray zone conflict for its recent AI program on the gray zone. Foreign Affairs chose his piece on AI and the global order as one of its top 10 web articles of 2018. His recent edited book is entitled Artificial Intelligence, China, Russia, and the Global Order (Air University Press, 2019). He previously worked in nuclear policy at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington D.C.; in functional brain imaging at University College London; in the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science; and as a clinical neurologist in Oxford and London. He has many publications in academic (e.g., Proceedings of the Royal Society), general (e.g., The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs), and policy forums (e.g., www.intelligentbiology.co.uk) and has appeared on the BBC and CNN. He has a medical degree from University College London, a BSc in health policy from Imperial College London, membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK), and an MSc in neuroscience and PhD in neuroscience from University College London.