Lindsey Sheppard

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is a former fellow with the International Security Program at
CSIS, where she focuses on the nexus of emerging technologies and national
security for the United States and allied and partner nations. Her research areas
include artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous systems, defense
innovation policy, and technology ecosystems. Ms. Sheppard contributes expertise in
computational modeling and simulation, system architecture and design, and GPSdenied operations from her prior experience in defense research and development.
Before joining CSIS in March 2018, she was a member of the technical staffs at
the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
During this time, she was the programmatic and technical systems engineering
lead on various software development projects. Ms. Sheppard’s work supported
U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army procurement and technology development efforts
to support operations in contested environments. She holds an MS and a BS in
aerospace engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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