We have the pleasure to welcome two new members in our research team!

Assia Wirth

I am a PhD student in Sociology at the Paris-Saclay University, where I research facial recognition technologies. I’m particularly interested in making sense of their demonstrated biases by examining the power dynamics of their systems of production. I hold a MSc in Science, Technology, and Society from University College London (UK) and a BA in Liberal Arts with a minor in Political Science from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada). Before undertaking graduate studies, I completed a couple of internships in tech startups and consultancies in North America and Europe.

Chloé Daveux

I am a Master’s student in political and economic sociology at Paris-Dauphine University, currently working on the TRIA project as a research intern.

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