Gine Rønne Bolling
Gine R. Bolling works as a researcher at the Section for Naval Power and Naval Command at the Norwegian Defence University College / The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy.
She graduated with an MSc in Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice from SOAS, University of London, in 2019. There she explored international security, foreign policy, and weapon development. She wrote her master’s thesis om the ethical and legal implications of the development of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems (LAWS). Furthermore, Bolling investigated what is meant by ‘human control’ in the international discussion on the use of artificial intelligence and algorithmic decision making in warfare. In 2020 she proceeded to do a traineeship at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, where she worked for The Directorate of Political Affairs.
At the Norwegian Defence University College / The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy, she is currently conducting research on autonomy in military systems, as well as French foreign and defense policy in the maritime domain as well as in relation to European defense cooperation.