Guillaume Dumas is an engineer from the Ecole Centrale Paris and holds a PhD in Cognitive Neurosciences from the University of Paris 6. After having worked in the United States on human-machine interactions for the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH), he joined the Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions team in the Neuroscience department at the Institut Pasteur.
At the interface between science and technology and the ethical issues that emerge from it, he is a guest expert at the UN and has co-founded the HackYourPhD community, which brings together thousands of people around the world around “open science” and knowledge as a common good.
Areas of Expertise
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Big Data