Céline Castets-Renard is the Research Chairholder Accountable AI in a Global Context. She also holds a research chair in Law, Accountability and Social Trust in AI at ANITI (Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute) in France.
She is a member expert at the European Commission, Observatory Online Platform Economy.
She is a former junior member at the “Institut Universitaire de France” and Fellow at the Internet Society Project, Law Faculty, Yale University.
Her research generally focuses on the law and regulation of digital technologies and artificial intelligence in a comparative perspective (Canadian, European and American law), especially the protection of personal data and privacy, policing technologies, online platforms and cybersecurity.
She also studies the impact of technologies on human rights, equity and social justice in a global perspective, particularly in North-South relationships.