Algorithmes – vers un monde manipulé, by Dorothe Dörholt
By observing the technological developments of artificial intelligence in several countries, this film sheds light on the advantages and limits of algorithms and their repercussions on the lives of citizens. Whether at the level of the State, the police, universities, or companies, artificial intelligences should be used as a tool, but very often become a substitute for the work of the individual. There are many abuses: manipulations, addictions, or centralization of power. What can governments and States do to best regulate these technological advances?
Germany and France, 2022, 95’, vo French, st eng
Free admission, no reservation required. Followed by a discussion on digital issues and abuses with Dorothe Dörholt, filmmaker of Algorithmes, Paul-Olivier Dehaye, mathematician and co-founder of PersonalData.io, Jessica Pidoux, digital sociologist, PhD in digital humanities (EPFL), and researcher at Sciences Po Paris, and Mehdi Atmani, investigative journalist on digital issues. Enjoy a drink with the speakers and representatives of the Champagne area authorities after the discussion.
In partnership with the communes of Champagne