The notion of learning has been shaken up today by the use of massive data, while artificial creativity, on the rise, completely changes our idea of art and knowledge. As seen in the examples of automatic translation or in image recognition, the circuits of knowledge have been reconfigured: the traditional transfer from man to the machine is rivaled by routes that go from the machine to man, and even more that go from machine to machine.
This public debate clearly sets out the issues and impacts of the major mutations introduced by digital technologies in the academic world. Algorithms, coding, artificial intelligence, and big data: who are the masters of knowledge today? What uses can be made of these tools in learning and creation.
With Gérard Assayag, Researcher, Head of the Musical Representations team at IRCAM-STMS
Dominique Cardon, Sociologist, Director of Sciences Po Medialab
Frédéric Kaplan, Director of Digital Humanities Lab at EPFL
Catherine Malabou, Philosopher, University of Kingston
Sociologist, Head of Medialab, Sciences Po
Dominique Cardon (b. 1965), is a professor of sociology at Sciences Po where he also leads Medialab. His work focuses on the uses of the internet and the ...
Philosopher, Kingston University
Code and democracy: solidarity or dilemma? Catherine Malabou (b. 1959), is a Professor in the Philosophy Department at the Centre for Research in Modern European Ph...
Researcher, Head of the Musical Representations team at IRCAM-STMS
Gerard Assayag has been head of IRCAM Research Lab « Sciences and Technologies of Music and Sound » (until june 2017) and is head ...