Hubert Etienne

Hubert is a political philosopher conducting research in AI ethics and computational social sciences as a resident Ph.D. student at Facebook AI and Ecole Normale Supérieure. His research areas include the understanding of online interactions (especially misinformation, social comparison and online hate), the building of an attention ethics framework to support content moderation at the global scale and the investigation of moral dilemmas associated to the development of AI solutions (e.g., autonomous vehicles ethics).

Hubert's Publications

June 27, 2021

HUMAN & MACHINE INTELLIGENCE

The future of online trust (and why Deepfake is advancing it)

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. …

Hubert Etienne

June 27, 2021