He studied french Law, investigated the Legaltech field at La Sorbonne , studied Computer Science at 42 in Paris, and is now building a product in Education through the Matrice program, while pursuing a Master in Management at ESCP Europe Business School .
Bored to death by the way we teach stuff and convey knowledge, he decided it was time to stop adopting mono-disciplinary and reductionist approaches, and that we should focus instead on epistemology and interdisciplinarity. But since the world didn't seem to care about his obsessions, he decided to do it himself.
He started investigating the emergence of Legaltech in 2015, which led him to take interest in how human generated information is structured, and what methods and tools we may use to make it clearer, such as logical atomism.
He's working since February 2019 on Education: how to keep the current workforce up-to-date (i.e. not obsolete) and how to design a school system that gets our kids ready for the world's that coming.