Trisha Ray is a Deputy Director - Centre for Security, Strategy and Technology at ORF. Her research focuses on Geotech, the security implications of emerging technologies, AI governance & norms and lethal autonomous weapons systems. Trisha is also a member of the UNESCO’s Information Accessibility Working Group.
Prior to this, Trisha was a Program Assistant at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Washington DC, where she researched and wrote on national AI strategies in Asia, nuclear issues and India-US security relations. She also helped convene forums to engage US lawmakers, academics and embassy officials on US’s trade, technology and security policy for Asia.
- Artificial Intelligence norms and policy
- Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems
- Geopolitics of technology
- Young Leader, Pacific Forum
- Member, Information Accessibility Working Group (UNESCO)
- Partner/Advisor, AI Policy Exchange
- Program Assistant, Asia Society Policy Institute
- Security Intern, Asia Society Policy Institute
- Project Intern, US-Korea Institute, Johns Hopkins
- Intern, Hudson Institute
- Intern Reporter, The Deccan Herald
- MA in Security Studies, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
- BA (Hons) in Journalism, Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University