Nicolas Miailhe

Nicolas (Nico) Miailhe co-founded The Future Society (TFS) in 2014 and originally incubated it at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Incorporated as a nonprofit, TFS is an independent AI Policy think-and-do tank. Since its creation, TFS has pioneered institutional innovation work to help design and deploy Artificial Intelligence governance frameworks, principles and mechanisms. A recognized strategist, thought-leader, and implementer, Nicolas has lectured around the world, and advises governments, international organizations, philanthropies, and multinationals. He is an appointed expert to the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), where he co-chairs the Committee on Climate Action & Biodiversity Preservation. He is also an invited expert to the OECD’s AI Group of experts (ONE.AI) and to UNESCO’s High Level Expert Group on AI Ethics, among others. Nicolas has taught AI Governance at the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po), and at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs in Madrid. He is also a Future World Fellow with the Center for the Governance of Change at IE Business School in Madrid. An Arthur Sachs Scholar, Nicolas holds a Master in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School, a Master in Defense, Geostrategy & Industrial Dynamics from Panthéon-Assas University, and a Bachelor of Arts in European Affairs and International Relations from Sciences Po Strasbourg.

Nicolas Miailhe

Founder & Chair of the Board

  Paris

Related resources