Founding Board


Founder
Ioana-Roxana Dascalu
Ioana-Roxana studied BSc International Relations at LSE, minoring in Business & Innovation. She currently works at Darktrace, the world’s leading AI cyber-security. Her passions lie in disruptive technology, business development, astronomy, and politics. She is a former FBI Quantico Marine Corps Base student and a former candidate of the Hult Prize competition. In the future, she wishes to dedicate herself towards innovating and improving businesses.
 

Co-Founder
Ketevan Papashvili
Ketevan studied BSc International Relations at LSE. She has focused on various areas including Euro-Atlantic integration, nuclear non-proliferation, and cyber-security policy. She believes that with AI set to impact the individual and global routine, a diverse approach to understanding and managing the rise of the machine is warranted. She continues to work on international collaborative projects and is on the look out for opportunities that can fit new technologies to existing and emerging social and economic demands.
 

Co-Founder
Bartu Kaleagasi
Bartu studied Law at UCL and Philosophy of Science at LSE. He currently works at Seraphim Capital, the world’s first VC fund for space technology startups. This year, he is the President of UCL Space Society and Chairman of UCL Green Economy. His interests include futurism, environmentalism, and space exploration. He likes to look at the bigger picture of things, especially in terms of the interconnectedness within complex systems. In his free time, he enjoys philosophy and music.
 

President 2018
Felix Farley
Felix studies BSc (Hons) Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Economics. He has work experience in politics, philanthropy and law. For his contributions to AI, he was made an Intel Ambassador for AI and an inductee of Intel’s Nervana Academy, in which capacity he uses remote access to Intel’s internal software library to collaboratively develop AI with other Nervana developers. He is interested in digital governance and will pursue postgraduate studies to attain expertise in the field.
 

Constitution of the AIBE Summit [PDF]


Founder
Ioana-Roxana Dascalu

Ioana-Roxana studied BSc in International Relations at LSE, minoring in Business & Innovation. Her passions lie in disruptive and high technology, business development, astronomy, and politics. She is a former FBI Quantico Marine Corps Base student and a former candidate of the Hult Prize competition funded by the Clinton Global Initiative. In the future, she wishes to dedicate herself towards innovating and improving businesses.
 

Co-Founder
Ketevan Papashvili

Ketevan studied BSc International Relations at LSE. She has worked on various areas including Euro-Atlantic integration, nuclear non-proliferation and cyber-security policy. She believes that with AI set to impact the individual and global routine, a diverse approach to understanding and managing the rise of the machine is warranted. She continuous to work on international collaborative projects and is on the look out for opportunities that can fit new technologies to existing and emerging social and economic demands.
 

Co-Founder
Bartu Kaleagasi

Bartu studied Law at UCL and Philosophy of Science at LSE. He currently works at Seraphim Capital, the world’s first VC fund for space technology startups. This year, he is the President of UCL Space Society and Chairman of UCL Green Economy. His interests include futurism, environmentalism, and space exploration. He likes to look at the bigger picture of things, especially in terms of the interconnectedness within complex systems. In his free time, he enjoys philosophy and music.
 

President 2018
Felix Farley

Felix studies BSc (Hons) Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Economics. He has work experience in politics, philanthropy and law. For his contributions to AI, he was made an Intel Ambassador for AI and an inductee of Intel’s Nervana Academy, in which capacity he uses remote access to Intel’s internal software library to collaboratively develop AI with other Nervana developers. He is interested in digital governance and will pursue postgraduate studies to attain expertise in the field.
 

Constitution of the AIBE Summit [PDF]