Johanne Jensen Skeie
Johanne is a research fellow that is part of the Cyber program at the Norwegian Institute of Defence Studies (IFS), and the NDUC R&D-program ‘Information warfare and data-driven defense’. She is interested in how artificial intelligence affects international security, AI-security, and the military AI strategies of states, and is working on an academic book chapter on influencing AI-systems as future security policy. She is also interested in climate change, security and defense, and has published an IFS Insight titled “Why should the Norwegian Armed forces care about climate change?”.
She has a masters degree in International Security from Sciences Po Paris, Spring 2018, at the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), and wrote her masters thesis on the Norwegian military’s implementation of the UN’s Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security. She has a Bachelor of Arts in transatlantic studies from Sciences Po Paris, at the Euro-American campus in Reims. She went on exchange at King’s College London for the academic year of 2015-2016, focusing on International and European studies.
- Technological development, artificial intelligence and international security
- Military AI-strategies and AI-cooperation
- Climate change, international and national security and defense
- The Norwegian Armed Forces and the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security