Anna Pellegatta is a native Italian who has already pursued an undergraduate degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University in Italy. She spent one year working for a large multinational in Providence, USA. After that she moved to Syracuse for her first year of the Master’s Programme in International Relations and Security Studies at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. She is currently pursuing the final year of her Master of Public Policy at the Hertie School focusing on policy analysis and transatlantic security. At the same time, she is collaborating with the Digital Forensic Research Lab, a programme of the think tank the Atlantic Council based in Washington D.C. that, among its others objectives, monitors the course of democratic elections around the world and tracks the use of disinformation to influence the vote.
Master's thesis title
Application of AI to warfare: How Artificial Intelligence can help reduce the number of civilian casualties