Jérôme Duberry is Managing Director of the Tech Hub, Academic Advisor of the Executive Programme in Diplomacy, Negotiation and Policy-Making, and Senior Researcher at the Albert Hirschman Center on Democracy (AHCD), Geneva Graduate Institute. His research explores the social and political implications of artificial intelligence (AI) in democratic processes. His latest book, Artificial Intelligence and Democracy, explores the intermediation of AI in the citizen-government relation and calls for an innovative and human-centered AI governance that prioritizes equality, freedom, human rights and popular sovereignty. Since 2022, Jérôme co-leads a scientific communication project on storytelling, youth, and artificial intelligence funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). Jérôme holds two Master’s degrees in International Relations (Geneva Graduate Institute) and Diplomacy (Diplomatic School of Madrid, Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and a PhD in International Relations (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona). As part of his interest in innovative forms of participation and collective intelligence, he trained in the facilitation of foresight and design thinking processes.