28 February 2019

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The Remote Warfare Programme's Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen sit down with Dr. Larry Lewis to discuss working with strategic military partners and civilian casualties.

Drawing upon his experience of working with the Obama Administration on partner assistance in Afghanistan, Iraq and Yemen, Dr. Lewis highlights how this approach can mitigate civilian harm and the lessons that the UK can draw from these cases. 

About the participants   

Larry Lewis is the Director of the Center for Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence at CNA. His areas of expertise include lethal autonomy, reducing civilian casualties, identifying lessons from current operations, security assistance, and counterterrorism.

Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen is a Research and Policy Assistant at ORG’s Remote Warfare Programme.

Liam Walpole is a Senior Advocacy Officer at the Remote Warfare Programme.