– 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).

Other positions

2020 (since) – Affiliated assistant professor at Aivancity

2020 (since) – Academic board member at Yotta Academy

Students supervised

Clément Laprade ; Réhanne Zeinou ;  Zakariae Serroukh

Selected publications


Le Cens de l’Etat. Comprendre la crise du politique par la modernité fiscale, Les Belles Lettres (Penseurs de la liberté), Paris, January 2021.

Peer-reviewed articles

"The Covid-19 crisis highlights the need for a combination of AI and human judgement"[Under review].

"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", Law, Innovation and Technology , vol. 13, no. 1, [in press].

"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

The only right way to address the ethical dilemmas deriving from autonomous vehicles

11-26-2020 at The 42nd annual McMaster World Congress

Keeping control of AI: who should be in charge?

10-29-2020 at The World Summit AI

Deepfake: détruction ou rénovation de la confiance en l'information ?

10-12-2020 at HEC Paris

What is AI ethics and what could it be?

09-22-2020 at Khaleej Times Artelligence

Using AI to address the ethical dimensions of the covid-19 crisis

09-15-2020 at ICT Spring Luxembourg 2020 

Construire la confiance à l’ère de Deepfake et de la post-vérité

09-15-2020 at IA Paris 2020

The world after Deepfake: building trust in a post-truth era

09-03-2020 at The London AI Summit 2020

Que peut l'IA face au covid-19 ?

07-27-2020 at France-IA

AI applications and digital ethics

06-08-2020 at The AI Governance Forum 2020

Introduction to AI Ethics

10-27-2019 at Sciences Po

Facebook’s responsible research in AI

10-01-2019 at Station F

When AI Ethics Goes Astray: the Case of Autonomous Vehicles

11-01-2019 at Oxford University

The Ethics of AI

10-15-2019 at HEC Paris

Towards an exigent ethics for the development of AI

06-06-2019 for The SNCF Group

The dangers of wrong ethical approach of AI: the case study of autonomous vehicles

03-13-2019 for SNCF Réseau

Social and ethical issues behind Artificial Intelligence

10-15-2018 at Dauphine University PSL

The Ethics of AI

10-23-2018 at HEC Paris

Introduction to the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

10-08-2018 at HEC Paris