Juan Gustavo Corvalán is a lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires, Doctor of Juridical Sciences and is currently doing the Postdoctorate at the Sorbonne University / Paris 1. He is the creator and developer of Prometea: the first predictive artificial intelligence at the service of justice. He is Professor of Administrative Law at the undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Buenos Aires. He is a Visiting Professor of the Master in Digital Law at the Paris 1 Pantheón-Sorbonne University. He is a judge by the competition of opposition and background of the administrative and tax jurisdiction of the City of Buenos Aires and currently serves as Deputy General Prosecutor in Contentious Administrative and Taxation before the Superior Court of the City of Buenos Aires. He is the author of the following works "Objective conditions of punishability", Astrea, prefaced by Eugenio Zaffaronni, "Administrative Law in Transition", Astrea, prefaced by Juan Carlos Cassagne, "Constitutional State and division of powers", Astrea, and Raíces del poder State discretionary, prologued by Alberto Bianchi. He has published more than 60 articles in Argentina and abroad.