Born, raised, and originally educated in Buenos Aires. I did a BA in Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, with a minor in Mathematics. While doing that, I also finished a three year Journalism program at TEA, a profession which I exercised only for a few years. After the BA, I got a Research Fellowship by the CONICET, and with it I finished an MA in Logic and the Philosophy of Mathematics with a focus in formal theories of truth. Over there I worked with my the amazing and collegial Buenos Aires Logic Group. In 2012 I decided to go to Columbia to conclude my PhD. There, my interests started to shift towards (formal and social) epistemology, decision theory, game theory, American pragmatism, and philosophy of science. I am part of the Formal Philosophy Group at Columbia. Driven by the impact that social media had in the past few years, I devoted the final years of my PhD in adding data and network analysis to my research. In July 2019 I began a position as a Research Fellow at the Australian National University working on issues about trust and fairness in social media, and also connected with the Humanising Machine Intelligence program at ANU.