Hubert Etienne

Hubert Etienne
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris | ENS · Département de Philosophie

Philosopher | AI Ethics research (Facebook AI & ENS Ulm)

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Introduction
I am a French philosopher conducting research in AI ethics and computational social sciences at Facebook AI and Ecole Normale Supérieure. I am also a lecturer in data economics (HEC Paris) and in AI ethics (Sciences Po, ESCP, Polytechnique). My research is available on my personal page: www.hubert-etienne.com.
Education
January 2022 - May 2022
Harvard University
Field of study
February 2020 - May 2020
Stanford University
Field of study
April 2019 - June 2019
University of Oxford
Field of study
  • Politics & IR

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Publications (13)
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Pensée comme une rupture avec la fiscalité féodale, dont la mainmorte incarnait la hiérarchie ontologique caractéristique de l’Ancien Régime, la théorie moderne de l’impôt se fonde sur celle du libre consentement comme garantie de la propriété privée et réservoir de légitimité pour l’Etat démocratique. Sans jamais avoir été formellement remise en q...
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Proposition de charte éthique à l’usage du législateur pour encadrer l’utilisation des alorithmiques dans le cadre de missions de service public à partir des grands principes du droit français. Co-auteurs: Léa Longo, Adèle Paris, Benhamin Chiche, Damien Laurent, Hubert Etienne, Philip Polack, Rosalie Bourgeois de Boynes https://medium.com/@galate...
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Cette analyse de la rationalité des politiques fiscales permet d’appréhender les enjeux politiques du prélèvement à la source et de la fiscalité incitative pour comprendre le phénomène de la défiance généralisée dont la crise des « gilets jaunes » est sympatomatique.
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La fiscalité moderne est en crise. Mise au défi par l’effacement des frontières et la concurrence interétatique, elle se crispe et s’enferme dans l’aporie de ses contradictions plutôt que de songer aux alternatives de son renouveau paradigmatique. Sur les traces du « don démocratique » proposé par Sloterdijk, il s’agit ici de prendre au sérieux la...
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We propose a comparative analysis of the AI ethical guidelines endorsed by China (from the Chinese National New Generation Artificial Intelligence Governance Professional Committee) and by the EU (from the European High-level Expert Group on AI). We show that behind an apparent likeness in the concepts mobilized, the two documents largely differ in...
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"L’impôt européen au défi du consentement fiscal", postface of Jean-François Boudet, Droit fiscal européen comparé, Bruylant, Bruxelles, in press (2021). Also published in Revue générale du droit, Dec. 2021.
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Trust has become a first-order concept in AI, urging experts to call for measures ensuring AI is ‘trustworthy’. The danger of untrustworthy AI often culminates with Deepfake, perceived as unprecedented threat for democracies and online trust, through its potential to back sophisticated disinformation campaigns. Little work has, however, been dedica...
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Companies must embrace digital transformation and adapt to new consumption behaviours to survive. This calls for a rethinking of their business models while facing the risk of disruption, handling activist consumers and their expectations, and adopting daring transdisciplinary approaches to tackle business complexity. To do this, three counterintui...
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The Covid-19 crisis exposed the world to multidimensional challenges, which not only include the management of the pandemic by healthcare authorities, but also the moral dilemmas faced by practitioners in medical structures, the preservation of trust in information undermined by the spread of false news, the upkeep of human interactions during lock...
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To cite this article: Hubert Etienne (2021): The dark side of the 'Moral Machine' and the fallacy of computational ethical decision-making for autonomous vehicles, Law, Innovation and Technology, ABSTRACT This paper reveals the dangers of the Moral Machine experiment, alerting against both its uses for normative ends, and the whole approach it is b...
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Réflexion d'un lecteur de Girard sur la crise du Covid-19
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This article discusses the dangers of the Moral Machine (MM) experiment, alerting against both its uses for normative ends and the whole approach it is built upon to address ethical issues. It explores additional methodological limits of the experiment on top of those already identified by its authors; exhibits the dangers of computational moral sy...

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