Eleonore Pauwels

Eleonore Pauwels is an international expert in the security, societal, and governance implications generated by the convergence of artificial intelligence with other dual-use technologies, including cybersecurity, genomics, and genome-editing. Pauwels provides expertise to the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Global Center on Cooperative Security in New York. She also works closely with governments and private sector actors on AI-Cyber Prevention, the changing nature of conflict, foresight, and global security. In 2018 and 2019, Pauwels served as Research Fellow on Emerging Cybertechnologies for the United Nations University’s Centre for Policy Research. At the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, she spent ten years within the Science and Technology Innovation Program, leading the Anticipatory Intelligence Lab. She writes for Nature, the New York Times, the Guardian, Scientific American, Le Monde, Slate, UN News, the UN Chronicle, and the World Economic Forum.

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