Hubert ETIENNE

Hubert ETIENNE

Hubert ETIENNE

Affiliate Professor of AI Ethics | Philosopher at Facebook AI Research
Field(s) of expertise
AI Ethics, Political Philosophy

Hubert is a philosopher specialising in the political and ethical philosophy of AI.

He is completing a thesis on the governmentality of digital platforms between Facebook AI Research and the Ecole Normale Supérieure.

He is developing an experimental approach to philosophy called "Computational Philosophy" from which he seeks to define a normative framework using machine learning technologies to regulate human interactions, while strengthening the autonomy of moral agents.

A graduate of Sciences Po and Sorbonne University, Hubert is an associate researcher at the Center for Technology & Global Affairs at Oxford University and teaches AI ethics at Sciences Po and ESCP. He has carried out research stays at Columbia, Oxford and Stanford Universities. His work is available on his personal page.

Year University Diploma/Position
2017 - Present Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Ulm) Doctorate in Philosophy
2017 Sorbonne Université Master's Degree in Political Philosophy and Ethics
2017 Sciences Po Paris Master in Finance & Strategy
2014 Sorbonne Université Degree in Philosophy
2014 Sciences Po Paris Bachelor of University College
Année Fonction
2020 - Présent Affiliate Professor of AIEthics - aivancity
2020 - Présent Lecturer in AIEthics - Sciences Po
2019 - Présent Contract doctoral student - Facebook AI Research
2019 - Présent AI Ethics Teacher - ESCP Business School (Berlin)
2018 - Présent Teacher in AIEthics - Ecole Centrale d'Electronique

BOOKS

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

 

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

  • « The Dark Side of the ‘Moral Machine’ and the Fallacy of Computational Ethical Decision-Making for Autonomous Vehicles », Law, Innovation and Technology, vol. 12, n°2, en presse.
  • « When AI Ethics Goes Astray: A Case Study of Autonomous Vehicles », Social Sciences Computer Review, vol. 40, n°1, 2020.
  • « Of the hidden cost of political liberty: Advocacy for a philosophy of renouncement », Implications Philosophiques, 2018.
  • « Penser la fiscalité volontaire après Sloterdijk », Le Portique, n°41, 2018.
  • « Le changement de paradigme fiscal : de la doctrine du libre consentement au prélèvement rationalisé », Implications Philosophiques, 2018.