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HCFDC Ces algorithmes qui font et défont nos sociétés

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HCFDC Ces algorithmes qui font et défont nos sociétés

  1. 1. Séminaire Sécurité et gestion de l’information 2.0 20 juillet 2016 Fabrice Epelboin
  2. 2. valeur
  3. 3. valeur
  4. 4. Comment cela affecte-t-il le débat public et la cohésion sociale ?
  5. 5. link distribution de l’information pour un ancien média distribution de l’information dans un réseau social
  6. 6. old media information distribution model social network information distribution model link link = influence
  7. 7. old media information distribution model social network information distribution model link link = influence
  8. 8. influence
  9. 9. influence
  10. 10. influence
  11. 11. boucle de retroaction
  12. 12. Google stole the aggregative “value” from the newspapers
  13. 13. Facebook & Twitter stoled the recommendation “value” from the newspapers
  14. 14. ‘The internets’ stoled political influence (and ad money) from the old medias
  15. 15. ‘engagement’ - i.e. conversation is done on Facebook, not on the media website
  16. 16. Facebook is where peer to peer influence happens
  17. 17. aggregation audience
  18. 18. political view on information statistical view on information
  19. 19. #Ferguson
  20. 20. #Bruxelle 22mars
  21. 21. Link Curatoring
  22. 22. Business intelligence Technology watch
  23. 23. Political news Conversation community
  24. 24. Adressing a mindset
  25. 25. ‘fachosphère’
  26. 26. Banned from traditional media ‘fachosphère’
  27. 27. Political refugee on social media ‘fachosphère’
  28. 28. Years ahead in terms of experience in political usages of social media ‘fachosphère’
  29. 29. Facebook has changed the way political ideas are discussed
  30. 30. Politics served by old medias
  31. 31. atomization of the political debate around ideas
  32. 32. atomization of the political debate around ideas Politics on Facebook
  33. 33. capitalism as an alienation Europe as a threat to social welfare Russia as an alternative to USA’s influence Islam as a threat Nation-state as an identity multiculturalism as an identity religion as a threat
  34. 34. Politics as a network of connected ideas
  35. 35. Merci fabrice@yogosha.com @epelboin about.me/epelboin

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