Nozha Boujemaa was Vice-Chair of the European Commission’s High Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, where she led the development of the “Ethical Guidelines for Trustworthy AI.” She also coordinated the work on Trustworthy AI principles at the OECD, where today, as co-chair of the “OECD.AI Network of Experts working group on implementing trustworthy AI”, she translates these principles into actions.

She founded the interdisciplinary AI institute DATAIA and was the director of Inria Saclay Research Center, where she also supervised more than 25 PhDs in computer vision. Previously, Dr. Boujemaa served as Chief Science and Innovation Officer for AI in the health Industry and has held numerous positions leading teams in areas such as large-scale information retrieval in media archives, earth observation, biodiversity, as well as personalised medicine. 

Dr. Boujemaa holds a PhD and HDR in Computer Science, is a Knight of the French National Order of Merit, and a proud mother of a data scientist and a data analyst, as well as the wife of a digital strategist.