Printemps numérique @CCA: Algorithmic Governance

Are we about to entrust our societies to machines and algorithms?
Event, in French, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 15 March, 3pm

Printemps numérique, the Digital Spring, is back at the CCA for the next event of the series #intersections, vol. 7: Algorithmic governance. The event counts on the special collaboration with the Brussels-Capital Region and will be held in the presence of Their Majesties the King and the Queen of the Belgians.

The event will explore the algorithms and their prevalence in government, economic and societal decision raising important questions regarding the restriction of our area of freedom and the power of our collective action.

With the participation of Professor Hugues Bersini (member of the Royal Academy of Belgium, Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and co-director of the IRIDIA laboratory), Karim Benyekhlef (Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal and Director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory), Jane Murphy (lawyer and co-founder European Data Protection Office EDPO), Gilles de Saint-Exupéry (LL.M. Lawyer, Lex Start – Partner), Éric Rodriguez (co-founder, lex.be), Jonathan Berte (CEO, Robovision) and Catherine Mathys (columnist at La sphere, ICI Radio-Canada Premiere) who will moderate the discussion.

The #intersections series proposes an original format mixing a discussion panel, networking moments, and an experience zone with innovative digital projects.

The event is sold out. The conference will be live-streamed here.

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