Ms. Juliette François-Blouin is a Project Officer within the Security and Law Programme at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. Her current work focuses on the legal implications of new technologies and on the regulation of the use of artificial intelligence by armed forces. She also teaches international law. Prior to GCSP, she contributed to the International Clinic for the Defense of Human Rights at the University of Quebec and acted as a political and economic analyst for the U.S. Consulate in Montreal. She holds a Master’s in international humanitarian law and human rights from the Geneva Academy as well as a Bachelor’s in international relations and international law from the University of Quebec in Montreal. She is also on LinkedIn.