Marc-Antoine Dilhac is professor of philosophy at the Université de Montréal, associate member at Mila. Since 2013, he has been Director of Ethics and Politics at the Centre de recherche en éthique (Center for Ethics, Montréal) and held the Canada Research Chair in Public Ethics and Political Theory (2014-2019). He specialized in theories of democracy and social justice, as well as in questions of applied ethics. In 2017, he instigated the project of the Montreal Declaration for a Responsible Development of AI, and chaired its scientific committee. His current research focuses on the ethical and social impacts of of AI and digital technologies and issues of governance and institutional design, with a particular focus on how new technologies are changing public relations and political structures.Marc-Antoine is director of Deliberation at the Observatory on the social impacts of AI, director of Algora Lab, and sits on the AI Advisory Council of the Government of Canada. He holds a PhD in political philosophy from the Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.