He graduated in economics and philosophy and spent his early career working in startups and online media. For Ph.D., He did research on deliberative democracy and collective decision making. As a doctorate student, he pioneered the concept of Crowdjury, the use of collective intelligence to transform justice systems. After graduation, he co-founded Kleros, a decentralized justice system which uses blockchain and game theory for dispute resolution. He hosted "La Disrupción del Blockchain", the first blockchain Coursera course in Spanish, and "El Abogado del Futuro", on the digital transformation of the legal industry.
Clément is the CTO of Kleros where he works on distributed and smart contract enforced dispute resolution. He has an engineering degree from UTC (France) and a Master of Science in Computer Science from Georgia Tech (US). He worked as a smart contract security freelancer doing audits and finding vulnerabilities in smart contracts.
William obtained a PhD in mathematics from University of Toronto. He researched applications of blockchains during postdocs at University of Toronto and École Polytechnique (France), and currently does research for Kleros.