Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Ethics at Sorbonne University. IEEE Fellow, Chair of the IEEE Global Initiative on the Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, Co-chair of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) "Responsible AI" group, Member of the European Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence.
CNRS research engineer, PhD in computer science for his work on linguistic modeling and automatic recognition, former director of the IMMI laboratory (Institute for multilingual and multimedia information).
Professor of Law at University Grenoble Alpes, Director of Research for Europe with the Cross-Border Data Forum, Senior Fellow with the Future of Privacy Forum and a former Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the New York University Cybersecurity Centre. He is Chair on the Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence with the Multidisciplinary Institute on AI (AI-Regulation.com). He has been a member of the French National Digital Council, and he is currently serving as a member of the French National Pilot Committee on Digital Ethics as well as a member of the International Data Transfers Experts Council of the UK Government.
Gwendal LE GRAND
PhD in computer science, former deputy secretary general of the CNIL, and head of activity at the EDPB (the group of European Data Protection Authorities). He coordinated the EDPB technology subgroup, was the EDPB liaison officer to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG5 which develops international standards in the field of data protection, and represented the EDPB at the ENISA advisory group.
MD, PhD, former senior scientist at Inserm (National Institute for Health and Medical Research), former associate editor-in-chief of the journal Médecine/Sciences, former consultant to the Agence de la Biomédecine, member of CCNE (2013-2021)
Professor of computer science applied to humanities and social sciences at Sorbonne University, director of research of "Affective and social dimensions of spoken interactions with (ro)bots and ethical issues" at LISN-CNRS (Paris-Saclay). Head of the AI chair: "HUman-MAchine Affective Interaction & Ethics" of the DATAIA Saclay Institute. Founding member of the HUB France IA, member of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) on the future of work. She is a member of the Comité d'Éthique de la Publicité (CEP). Since 2021, she is member of AFNOR and convenor of the AHG6 on AI-enhanced nudge at CEN-CENELEC JTC21. She have written 2 books: Des robots et des hommes (2017) and Les robots émotionnels (2020).
General Delegate of the French Institute of Directors (IFA). Former member of the National Digital Council (CNNum), pilot of the group working on digital identity. President of the Interconnected association.
Researcher at Inria, professor at ENS Paris-Saclay and member of CNNum. He works on the formalization of mathematics, the processing of demonstrations, the physics of computing, aeronautical safety and teaching, epistemology and ethics of computer science.
Valéria FAURE MUNTIAN
Member of Parliament for the Loire, 3rd district. Member of the Finance, General Economy and Budgetary Control Committee, of the OPECST, of the parliamentary study groups "Digital economy of data, knowledge and artificial intelligence" and "Cybersecurity and digital sovereignty", secretary of the information mission "Building and promoting a national and European digital sovereignty" and co-rapporteur of the one on digital platforms.
Christine Froidevaux is a professor of computer science at Paris-Saclay. She conducts research in bioinformatics, particularly in systems biology, with artificial intelligence approaches. She is a member of the ethics committee for educational data at the MENJS.
Professor of computer science at Sorbonne University, director of the ACASA team at LIP6. Specialist in artificial intelligence (EurAI Fellow) and machine learning, his current work focuses on digital humanities and computational ethics. Former president of the CNRS ethics committee, he currently chairs the Ethics Committee of Pôle Emploi and the Steering committee of the Cycle des Hautes Études de la Culture (CHEC).
Historian and anthropologist of religions, Éric Germain is in charge of military chaplaincies and secularism for the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces; between 2010 and 2020, he coordinated the internal reflection of the Ministry of the Armed Forces on the ethical issues of new technologies.
Alexei Grinbaum, Ph.D., HDR, is a physicist and philosopher at LARSIM, the Philosophy of Science Group at CEA-Saclay near Paris. His main interest is in the foundations of quantum theory. He also writes on the ethical and social aspects of emerging technologies, including nanotechnology, synthetic biology, robotics and artificial intelligence. Grinbaum is a chair of the CEA operational ethics committee for digital technologies. He contributed to several EU projects (observatoryNano, RRI-Practice, TechEthos, iRECS, MultiRATE) and serves as ethics expert to the European Commission.His books include "Mécanique des étreintes" (2014) and "Les robots et le mal" (2019).
Former student of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique, Director of the Health Program of the Jouve Group, specialized in digital transformation. He was advisor to the Prime Minister in charge of health and autonomy (2010-2012) and Director General of the University Hospital Center of La Réunion (2012-2016). Professor at the Health Chair of Sciences Po Paris and founder of Ethik-IA.
Professor of medical ethics at the University of Paris-Sud-Paris-Saclay. President of the Council for Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity of the University of Paris-Saclay. Director of the Espace de réflexion éthique de la région Île-de-France and of the Espace national de réflexion éthique maladies neurologiques dégénératives. Member of the board of the laboratory of excellence DISTALZ.
Director of La Casemate, Grenoble's center for scientific culture. Together with her team, she has the ambition of a Casemate resolutely turned towards open innovation and the co-construction of knowledge.
Emeritus scientist at Inria, director of the French National Pilot Committee for Digital Ethics, former President of the Inria Operational Ethics Committee (COERLE), President of CERNA (Ethics of academic research in digital sciences and technologies).
Economist, professor of finance at HEC. His research interests include corporate finance, behavioral economics, banking economics, the carbon transition, and the use of data in finance. PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), he has taught at the Toulouse School of Economics, New York University, and the University of Chicago, and has been a resident researcher at the IMF and a visiting professor at Princeton and Harvard. He received the 2014 "Best Young Economist" award.
Doctor of Law, graduate in philosophy and anthropology. Professor at the UCLouvain. He conducts transdisciplinary research on the social and legal impact of new technologies on human activity and subjectivity (prosthetics, robotics, artificial intelligence). He is an associate researcher at the Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Prospective (LAAP) of UCLouvain.
Professor of Law at Télécom Paris/Institut Polytechnique de Paris Coordinator of the multidisciplinary Chair on Personal Information Values and Policies (VP-IP). Associate editor of the Annals of Telecommunications, member of the scientific committee of the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) and of the AXA Data Privacy Expert Panel.
After graduating from ENA in 1981, Caroline Martin worked for the Ministry of the Interior. She then belonged to the administrative courts and administrative courts of appeal from 1988 to 2007. After becoming a State Councillor, she was assigned to the Litigation Section and was President of the Chamber for more than five years before retiring. Appointed to the CCNE in December 2017, she has been a member of the national digital ethics pilot committee since 2019. She is also a member of the covid 19 monitoring and liaison committee.
Entrepreneur, author and hacktivist involved in the Mozilla project (Firefox) having co-founded and chaired Mozilla Europe. He was vice-president then CEO of Qwant and member of the CNNum.
Doctor of Science in Physics and Scientific Director of the Renault Group. He is particularly interested in the ethics of the autonomous vehicle and more generally in the ethics of caring through technology.
Dr. Catherine Tessier is a senior researcher at ONERA, Toulouse, France. Her research focuses on modelling ethical reasoning and on ethical issues related to the use of “autonomous” robots. She is also ONERA’s research integrity and ethics officer. She is a member of the ethics committee of the French ministry of defense and a member of Inria's Research Ethics Board. She was a member of UNESCO ad hoc expert group for the elaboration of the Recommendation on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence.
Tenured researcher (CR1) in computer science at the CNRS, member of the Wimmics team of the I3S laboratory. She is a specialist in Artificial Intelligence, and her current work focuses on information extraction and argumentation in natural language. She has been awarded with the "Artificial Argumentation for Humans" Chair of the 3IA Cote d'Azur Institute.
Professor of private law. Co-director of the research department in immaterial law at the Sorbonne (IRJS-DreDis) and director of external relations. Director of the Master 2 in Creative and Digital Law at the Sorbonne Law School. Member of the prospective committee of the CNIL and of the ethics committee for educational data of the MENJS. Qualified personality within the National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH) and the Superior Council for Literary and Artistic Property (CSPLA). Former member of the National Digital Council (CNNum).