Jean-Gabriel Ganascia is Professor of Computer Science at Sorbonne University, senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France, member of the LIP6 (Laboratory of Computer Science of the Paris 6) where he heads the ACASA team. He is also deputy director of the OBVIL Laboratory of Excellence (Labex), which makes the humanists of Sorbonne University cooperate with the computer scientists on the literary side of Digital Humanities. His current research activities are focused on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Symbolic Data Fusion, Computational Ethics, Computer Ethics and Digital Humanities.
During his overall career, he has published more than 400 papers in books, journals and conference proceedings.
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia is an EurAI – European Association for Artificial Intelligence – fellow. He chairs the COMETS that is the Ethical Committee of the CNRS and he is member of the CERNA, i.e. the Ethical committee of the Digital Sciences of ALLISTENE, which is the coordination of the French research institutes in computing.
His two last books are:
Le mythe de la Singularité : faut-il craindre l’intelligence artificielle ?
, éditions du Seuil, 2017
L’intelligence artificielle : vers une domination programmée ?
, éditions du Cavalier Bleu, 2017.