Harrison Wolf is a leader and author in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or Drones) with global expertise in Safety, Security, & Risk Mitigation Strategies. As Project Lead for the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Harrison envisions the future of autonomous flight for drones, flying cars, and beyond by leveraging his expertise in regulatory frameworks and policy to drive change internationally. His latest projects working with the Government of Rwanda, re-imagined the way regulatory oversight can innovate to allow for new approaches to safety; encouraging a user-focused, iterative policy that embraces innovation. The internationally recognized Advanced Drone Operations Toolkit (ADOT), the culmination of initial projects from the World Economic Forum, was written and edited by Harrison in collaboration with 30+ world governments, academic institutions, and numerous private companies. Harrison is also working to re-imagine airworthiness certification processes for autonomous flying passenger vehicles, with a deep-dive on machine learning and artificial intelligence. Harrison continues to teach with the University of Southern California, Aviation Safety & Security Program within the Viterbi School of Engineering.