Emmanuel R. Goffi
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Director of the Centre de recherche et expertise en éthique et intelligence artificielle
Creéia - Centre de recherche et expertise en éthique et intelligence artificielle
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Diplomacy, Ethics, Globalization, Human Rights, Peace, Religion, Security, Technology, War
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I am the director of the Creéia (Centre for Research and Expertise in Ethics and Artificial Intelligence)in Paris, France.
Former officer of the French Air Force, I am alsoa research fellow with the Centre for Defence at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, canada.
I am working on the ethical assessments of the development and the use of IA, taking into account cultural differences.
I hope I will be able to enrich my understanding of the different ethical perspectives at play on the international scene.

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