Clément Doumouro is a Neo4j fellow at ICIJ. He uses Neo4j's graph database technology to help Datashare users connect the dots between entities found in documents.

Clément studied at Centrale Supélec where he developed his taste for computer and data science before graduating with a master's degree in artificial intelligence and robotics. He then worked as a machine learning engineer for Collective Thinking and Sonos where he specialized in natural language processing and understanding, making sense out of human oral and written language. He spent most of his seven years at Sonos building the core of the natural language understanding technology that powers Sonos Voice Control, a privacy-preserving, on-device speech recognition technology embedded on smart speakers.