Professor of computer science at Sorbonne University and member of the Institut Universitaire de France, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia continues his research at LIP6 where he leads the ACASA team and the OBVIL laboratory of excellence. A specialist in artificial intelligence (EurAI Fellow), machine learning and data mining, his current research focuses on the literary side of the digital humanities and on computational ethics. He is also President of the Ethics Committee of the CNRS and of the Orientation Committee of the Cycle des Hautes Études de la Culture (CHEC).
Latest published works: Le mythe de la Singularité : faut-il faut-il craindre l'intelligence artificielle ? éditions du Seuil, 2017; Ce matin, maman a été téléchargée, éditions Buchet-Chastel, under the pen name of Gabriel Naëj, 2019.
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