– Bio –
2019 (since) – Research associate at the Oxford University's Center for Technology & Global Affairs
2018 (since) – PhD candidate at Ecole Normale Supérieure and Facebook AI Research (D.Phil in Philosophy of technologies)
Several visiting research positions at Columbia University's Department of Philosophy (2017), Oxford University's Department of Politics & International Relations (2019), Stanford University's Social Media Lab (2020).
2017 – M.Phil at Sorbonne University (Political philosophy & Ethics)
2017 – M.S at Sciences Po (Finance & Management)
2014 – B.Phil at Sorbonne University (Philosophy)
2014 – B.A at Sciences Po (Economics, Politics, Law)
2020 (since) – Introduction to AI Ethics for journalists at Sciences Po (Paris)
2019 (since) – Artificial Intelligence Ethics at ESCP Europe (Berlin)
2018 (since) – Introduction to AI Ethics at Ecole Centrale d'Electronique (Paris)
Former lecturer at European Business School (Paris) and Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris).
Le Cens de l’Etat. Comprendre la crise du politique par la modernité fiscale, Les Belles Lettres (Penseurs de la liberté), Paris, September 2020.
"A practical role-based approach to solve the ‘trolley dilemma’ for self-driving cars", [Under review].
"The dark side of the Moral Machine and the fallacy of computational social choice theories applied to ethical decisions for autonomous vehicles" [forthcoming]
"When AI Ethics goes Astray: A case study of Autonomous Vehicles", Social Sciences Computer Review, vol. 40, no. 1, February 2020.
"Of the hidden cost of political liberty: Advocacy for a philosophy of renouncement", Implications Philosophiques, July 2018.
"Penser la fiscalité volontaire après Sloterdijk", Le Portique, Metz, no. 41, July 2018.
"Le changement de paradigme fiscal : de la doctrine du libre consentement au prélèvement rationalisé", Implications Philosophiques, January 2018.
Selected conferences & talks
"Introduction to AI Ethics" – Sciences Po (October 27th, 2019)
"Facebook’s responsible research in AI" – Station F (October 1st, 2019)
"When AI Ethics Goes Astray: the Case of Autonomous Vehicles" – Oxford University (November 1st, 2019)
"Towards an exigent ethics for the development of AI" – SNCF Group's headquarter (June 6th, 2019)
"The dangers of wrong ethical approach of AI: the case study of autonomous vehicles" – SNCF Réseau's headquarter (March 13th, 2019)
"Social and ethical issues behind Artificial Intelligence" – Dauphine University (November 15th, 2018)
"Ethics of AI" – HEC Paris (October 23rd, 2018)
"Introduction to the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence" – HEC Paris (October 8th, 2018)