I am a computational philosopher leading research in ethics of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications for social networks.
I conduct my doctoral research between Ecole Normale Supérieure (Archives Husserl-CNRS), Sorbonne Sciences University (LIP6-CNRS) and Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research, where I work on the ethical potential of AI solutions for the Facebook ecosystem, as well as the issues they raise.
I am also a research associate at the Centre for Technology & Global Affairs at Oxford University, a visiting scholar at the Social Media Lab at Stanford University, and a university lecturer, teaching AI Ethics at ECE Paris and ESCP Europe.
I develop philosophically-inspired models for the understanding of human behaviours, upon which could be erected new architectures of social spaces with the goals to reduce hate and promote empathy by design. Based on René Girard's anthropology and captological solutions, my objective with these architectures is to pave the way for alternative and more humanist forms of algorithmic governmentality.
I am also interested in the whole spectrum of digital ethics, from algorithmic biases and fairness to autonomous lethal weapons and transhumanism. I especially worked on autonomous vehicles ethics.
My previously works were dedicated to the philosophy of tax.