Caroline Murgue is a French Anthropologist, a Social Entrepreneur, and an Artist who graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in London, The Institute of Political Science (Science-Po) in Lyon, the Advanced School for Social Science (EHESS) in Paris. Driven by critical and creative thinking, her philosophy is to make our lives a work of art in an all tech society.
As an Anthropologist and researcher on the systems of computer thinking, she lectured at the MIT, Google, Microsoft on AI/Data ethics. She founded the Touch Symposium, to spark the conversation between tech professionals and philosophers. She’s a member of the oldest American Tech collective, cDc.
As a Social Entrepreneur, she founded an animation studio in Paris, Bibimbap Studio Lab, and an educational nonprofit organization in New York, MOSHI.
As an Artist, Caroline has been working on a project to uncover with sounds and visuals the political genealogy of the DMZ, the border between the two Koreas.