GRADUATE SEMINAR #2- Sovereignty, empowerment and technological activism (French)

Informations sur l'événement

Date

8 April 2021

Time

11:00 - 13:30

Location

Zoom

The second seminar of a series of three graduate seminars on artificial intelligence and social justice, held by Karine Gentelet’s  Chair, will take place on Thursday April 8, 2021 at 11 a.m. (Quebec) / 5 p.m. (France). This second seminar will focus on Sovereignty, empowerment and technological activism (French)

With the proliferation of artificial intelligence in our daily lives, the objective of these seminars is to bring together multidisciplinary graduate students and foster a dialogue surrounding the societal challenges we face.

Registration and educational formula (Deadline April 8) 

All participants must have read this following documents which serve to fuel reflections and discussions for the theme Sovereignty, empowerment and technological activism (French)

– Stéphane Couture, Sophie Toupin (2019). « What does the notion of “sovereignty” mean when referring to the digital? » New Media & Society, 21(10), 2305–2322. Read the article

– Jean-Paul Fourmentraux (2020). antiDATA : la désobéissance numérique. Art et hacktivisme technocritique. Dijon, Les presses du réel. (Introduction – 28 pages). Read the article

– Monique Mann, Peta Mitchell, Marcus Foth, Irina Anastasiu (2020). « #BlockSidewalk to Barcelona: Technological sovereignty and the social license to operate smart cities ». Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 71(9), 1103–1115. Read the article

  • Karine Gentelet

    Holder of the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice, Professor at the Department of Social Sciences

    Université du Québec en Outaouais

  • Sandrine Lambert

    Ph.D. student in Anthropology, Research Assistant for the ABEONA - ENS - OBVIA chair on AI and Social Justice

    Laval University

  • Lily-Cannelle Mathieu

    Master's student in Knowledge Mobilization and Transfer, Research assistant for the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice

    National Institute for Scientific Research

  • Sarit Mizrahi

    Ph.D. student in Law, Research assistant for the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice

    Université of Ottawa

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