Author of the Report

Matthias Peschke

Matthias Peschke recently graduated with an Msc in International Relations from the University of Amsterdam and moved to Brussels to start a career as a political analyst. With professional experience in the commercial and service sector as well as two completed internships in South America, his academic interests evolve around foreign policy, backsliding democracies and the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Matthias is a native German speaker with fluency in English and Spanish and advanced knowledge of Dutch.

Vocal Europe hosted an event on AI and its implications for diplomacy and EU foreign policy on the 8th October 2019. Organised as a panel discussion, the invited speakers brought up a variety of important issues surrounding this technology helping the audience to get a better understanding of the dynamics caused by this general-purpose technology.

The panel was hosted by Ebubekir Isik, senior policy researcher at Vocal Europe, coordinated by Matthias Peschke, policy researcher at Vocal Europe, and counted on the contributions of Andrew Camilleri, technical attaché at the Permanent Representation of Malta, Ricardo Castenheira, counsellor for the Permanent Representation of Portugal, Eline Chivot, senior policy analyst at the Center for Data Innovation as well as Maaike Verbruggen, PhD researcher at the Institute for European Studies at the Free University of Brussels.


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