About _ Christina Kalogeropoulou

I am a PhD candidate at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, in the École doctorale de philosophie. My research primarily revolves around applied ethics, with a particular focus on the impact of artificial intelligence on institutional structures. Additionally, I am deeply intrigued by how emerging technologies influence our perception of the world and contribute to the evolution of institutional paradigms.

Prior to my doctoral journey, I obtained an MA in Philosophie et Société from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and an MSc in Science and Technology Studies from the University of Athens. My academic foundation was laid during my undergraduate years when I pursued a BA in Philosophy, Education, and Psychology at the University of Athens, achieving the distinction of graduating as the top student in my cohort. I am proud to have received two scholarships from the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, one from the office in Greece/Cyprus and another from the office in France. Currently, my PhD is funded by The Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation.

In addition to my academic pursuits, I gained practical experience in the field of marketing, initially working as a junior copywriter and subsequently serving as a Digital Editor-in-Chief in a science communication non-governmental organization (NGO) between 2019-2021. During my MA , I had the privilege of interning at the Fédération Nationale des Coopératives de Consommateurs (FNCC) in Paris, where my role as a philosophy researcher centered on research related to the concepts of freedom and responsibility applied in the cooperative world.

I am a member of the Executive Committee of Digital World Summit Greece, the national regional initiative of the Internet Governance Forum network under the auspices of the United Nations, where I hold the positions of Public Relations Manager, and Academic Manager. Moreover, I am a co-founder and board member of Digital Dialogues, a non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to the facilitation of digital democratic dialogue.

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