Mr Federico Mantellassi

Federico Mantellassi

 

Federico is a Research and Project Officer at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy where he has worked since 2018. Federico’s research and writing focuses on how emerging technologies impact international security, conflict and politics, as well as looking at the societal and ethical implications of their development and use. The technologies he focuses on are artificial intelligence, neurotechnology and synthetic biology. Federico is also the project coordinator of the GCSP’s Polymath Initiative; an effort to create a community of scientists able bridge the gap between the scientific and technological community and the world of policy making. Previously, he assisted in the organisation of executive education activities at the GCSP and was the project coordinator of the annual Geneva Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge. He holds a Master’s Degree in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies from the University of Leiden. Federico speaks English, French and Italian.

 

List of publications:

Mantellassi, Federico. "In Focus: The Challenges of Artificial Intelligence" Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 4 April 2022. https://www.gcsp.ch/global-insights/focus-challenges-artificial-intelligence

Mantellassi, Federico "In Focus: The Challenges of Neurotechnology" Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 11 April 2022. https://www.gcsp.ch/global-insights/focus-challenges-neurotechnology

Mantellassi, Federico "In Focus: The Challenges of Synthetic Biology" Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 18 April 2022. https://www.gcsp.ch/global-insights/focus-challenges-synthetic-biology

Mantellassi, Federico (2022). “Our Digital Future: The Security Implications of Metaverses”, Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s Strategic Security Analysis, no. 24, 25 March, 2022. https://www.gcsp.ch/publications/our-digital-future-security-implications-metaverses

Mantellassi, Federico (2020). “Only Together can we stop the spread of disinformation; democracy depends on it.”, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 18 November, 2020. https://www.gcsp.ch/global-insights/onlytogether-can-we-stop-spread-disinformation-democracy-depends-it