Born, raised, and originally educated in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 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 with Philip Kitcher. 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. In October 2022 I joined the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, at the Ludwig Maximilian University.