23 janvier 2014

Comment échapper aux pièges de la ville intelligente : la technologie, la démocratie et l'urbanisme

Conférence co-organisée par le Collège d'études mondiales et la Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian.

Conférence donnée par Evgeny Morozov en anglais, avec une traduction simultanée.

Evgeny Morozov, spécialiste des relations internationales, travaille sur l'impact d'Internet sur la politique et sur ce qu'on appelle la cyberguerre.

How to Escape the Traps of the Smart City : Technology, Democracy and Urbanism

"This talk will address some of the challenges and threats that emerge as public spaces "smart," integrating sensors, cameras, and various means of algorithmic regulation. Technology companies, having optimized the public sphere, are increasingly offering to optimize our cities. Yet the terms of such "optimization" remain ambiguous and opaque, often presenting the business agendas of technology vendors as inevitable features of digitization. As we transition to the post-Snowden era, the costs of ubiquitous computing left in the hands of private companies have become painfully clear. How could cities take advantage of digital technologies without succumbing to the optimization excesses of the "smart city"?"

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Localisation : Centre Calouste Gulbenkian | 39 boulevard de La Tour-Maubourg | 75007 Paris

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