Laure DE ROCHEGONDE
Research Fellow, Security Studies Center
- Autonomous Weapons Systems and Military Robotics
- Disarmament diplomacy
- International Negotiations
Laure de Rochegonde is a Research Fellow at Ifri's Security Studies Center, where she works on the regulation of lethal autonomous weapons systems and international negotiations on advanced arms control. She is also a PhD student at the Centre de Recherches Internationales (CERI, Sciences Po/CNRS)..
She joined Ifri's Security Studies Center in 2019, after working as junior editor at the consulting firm Roland Berger. In addition to her research activities, she is a lecturer at Sciences Po. She holds a Master's degree in Public Policy and a Bachelor's degree from Sciences Po Paris, during which she spent a year in the War Studies Department at King's College London.
“Don’t Bank on the Bombs” New European Standards Affecting the Defense Industry Briefings de l’Ifri, September 22, 2022
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Deus ex machina : les enjeux de l’autonomisation des systèmes d’armes Focus stratégique, No. 110, May 2022
While the automatization of machines is part of an already long historical, conceptual, and technical trajectory, the exponential progress of artificial intelligence techniques, robotics and their military applications suggest the emergence of systems that integrate more autonomy. Indeed,...
Cyber-influence : les nouveaux enjeux de la lutte informationnelle Focus stratégique, No. 104, March 2021
The coming of age of a digital “info sphere” has dramatically changed the nature of military information support strategy.