Mar 25, 2024 Ethical Approaches for Open Science AI: Best Practices” for the Applied Machine Learning Days at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland).
Feb 29, 2024 Ethics of AI (in Digital Scholarship)” for University of Oxford (Oxford, United Kingdom).
Feb 15, 2024 AI and the Humanities” research seminar for University of Cambrdige and École Normale Supérieure (Paris, France).
Nov 24, 2023 Conversational AI Ethics: Philosophy and Real-World Case Studies” for Comète on Ethical AI - INRIA Polytechnique (Paris, France).
Nov 12, 2023 Jeux vidéo : quand les mondes virtuels seront peuplés par les IA” for Rencontres Michel Serres (Agen, France).
Oct 24, 2023 The Role of Ethics in Interdisciplinary Research in Artificial Intelligence” for Interacting Minds Centre (Aarhus, Denmark).
Sep 15, 2023 “Intrinsically Motivated Open-ended Learning Challenges” panel for the 6th International Workshop on Intrinsically Motivated Open-ended Learning (IMOL 2023) at Sorbonne Université (Paris, France).
Aug 16, 2023 Integrating Ethics in ML: From Philosophical Foundations to Practical Implementations” for EuroSciPy 2023 at University of Basel (Basel, Switzerland).
Jul 6, 2023 “LLM et éthique” seminar at the Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR) at Sorbonne Université (Paris, France).
Jun 15, 2023 Stronger Together: On the Articulation of Ethical Charters, Legal Tools, and Technical Documentation in ML” for the ACM FAccT 2023 Conference (Chicago, United States).
May 26, 2023 “Threats to our Democracy – the next infodemic” for the European Observatory of Online Hate at University La Sapienza (Rome, Italy).
May 14, 2023 Generative AI: Is Ethical Development Possible?”, TED talk for TEDxVerona (Verona, Italy).
May 5, 2023 “Navigating the AI Ethics landscape: between theory & practice” for the AI and Ethics in Academia Research symposium at University of York (York, United Kingdom).
Apr 28, 2023 “LLMs in Search Engines: Harnessing Benefits, Addressing Ethics” at the University of Sydney for the ChatLLM23 conference (Sydney, Australia).
Jan 17, 2023 Ethics of Large Language Models: considerations and case studies” at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation for the Computational Linguistics Seminars at University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Netherlands).
Dec 16, 2022 “Gouvernance des modèles de langage : l’approche éthique de BigScience” at Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications (LORIA) for the Langue et IA citoyenne day (Nancy, France).
Nov 28, 2022 General AI vs Narrow AI : enjeux éthiques. Le cas des modèles de langage” at Université de Grenoble-Alpes for the seminar series “Concepts of Computer Ethics” organized by the Ethics & AI Chair and the Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence (MIAI) (Grenoble, France).
Jul 5, 2022 “Emergence of new narratives in the era of climate and energy transition” for the Interdisciplinary Conference Justice and Values in the Climate Transition at TUDelft (Delft, Netherlands).
Jul 1, 2022 “Philosophy & Law: Complementary Disciplines for the Consolidation of AI Ethics” for the Conference Where AI Ethics should go at Tübingen University (Tübingen, Germany).
Apr 9, 2022 Ethical frameworks as a moral exercise in the field of Natural Language Processing” for the Foundations and Applications of AI - Interdisciplinary Perspectives conference at Peking University (Beijing, China).
Jan 25, 2022 “Government usage of AI” for the Artificial Intelligence Law 2022 conference of the Practising Law Institute (New York, United States).
Dec 8, 2021 “What are the ethical and legal issues when building, filtering, hosting and sharing a very large dataset and associated model?” for the NeurIPS 2021 conference.
Nov 24, 2021 “The ghost in the machine has an American accent: challenging US-centric values in AI models with culturally and linguistically diverse texts” for the Australiasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science conference (Sydney, Australia).
Mar 18, 2021 “L’éthique appliquée à l’intelligence artificielle : étude de cas d’un chatbot citoyen” for the laboratory’s seminar Sciences, Normes, Démocratie at Sorbonne Université (Paris, France).