Christophe Lazaro is an Associate Professor of “Law & Society” at the Centre for Philosophy of Law (CPDR) of the University of Louvain (UCL), where he is conducting an interdisciplinary research on the legal and social impacts of new technologies on human agency and subjectivity (prosthetics, robotics, artificial intelligence). He received his PhD in Law from the European University Institute (EUI). He also has a post-graduate degree in Anthropology and a graduate degree in Philosophy. He is a member of CERNA, the French Ethics Committee in charge of addressing value conflicts and uncertainties in the field of digital sciences and technologies research (robotics, machine learning, etc.).
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