- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Jules Palayer is a Research Assistant in SIPRI's Governance of Artificial Intelligence Programme. His research focuses on emerging technologies and international security, particularly the peace and security risks posed by developments in artificial intelligence. His current work deals with the regulation of artificial intelligence and responsible innovation as an approach to technology governance.
Prior to joining SIPRI, he worked as a Junior Lecturer in Security Studies at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs in Leiden University. Jules graduated from King’s College London with an MA in Science and International Security.
Emerging technologies and security; Artificial intelligence; Risks assessment; Regulation of artificial intelligence; Responsible innovation; Technology governance.
BA International Security, University of Barcelona; MA Strategic Studies and International Security, University of Granada; MA Science and International Security, King’s College London