Victor Storchan is a machine learning engineer and the Vice President of AI and Machine Learning at JP Morgan Chase in the United States.
Victor Storchan holds a degree in mathematics from ENS in Lyon and his master’s degree from Stanford University, where he studied at the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering. His research focuses on the scaling of AI in the financial industry and the explainability of AI algorithms as well as their robustness from both a technical and business strategy perspective. He develops products for financial services in the US and Europe.
He previously worked as a Teaching Assistant at Stanford University in California, as a software engineer for Adobe, and as a Data Scientist for BNP Paribas.
For a Decentralised Global Disinformation Research Cloud
Foreword by Patrice Geoffron Let’s start by acknowledging the fact that the work proposed here is first and foremost a source of amazement: unfortunately, there is little doubt that the phenomena listed in the preamble of the document have indeed occurred, especially in terms of the integrity of electoral processes. The count of 639 distinct … ContinuedRead the article
A visa for the European dream
At a time when a historic recovery plan is being drafted, the EU Heads of State and Government are expressing a desire for solidarity-based reconstruction and economic and fiscal harmonisation. A common visa and tax credit for technological and scientific talents would give a concrete effect to this effort.Read the article
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What could an attractive EU policy for STEM workers entail? A discussion about an innovative policy proposal: a European tech visa.