Ysens de France is a doctor in public law, specialised in terrestrial robotics.
Within the framework of her PhD, she was particularly interested in the emergence of autonomous robotic military systems in armed conflicts.
A specific approach which built a prospective and transversal reflection on the stakes linked to technological innovation. The field of application of her research is European and international, following the example of her collaboration with euRobotics.
She is currently director of foresight at the Sapiens Institute.
Université de Poitiers
Doctorate in public law
Université Paris X
Master 2 in international and European public law
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines
Bachelor Degree in Law
2020 - Aujourd’hui
Associate Professor, AI Law - aivancity
2019 - Aujourd’hui
In charge of foresight - Sapiens Institute
Co-director of the Ethics & IA Observatory - Institut Sapiens
Research Assistant - Centre d'études et de recherche de l'École Militaire