Nils Aziosmanoff is president of Cube, a digital creation center that he co-founded in 2001. Expert in innovation, speaker, trainer and host of a forward-looking program on digital society, he has been working for 20 years on the concept of “smart city”: creative and resilient.
Former student of the National School of Charters and historian specializing in the 17th century, Rémi Mathis is also an exhibition curator, teacher and curator in the Prints Department of the BnF. Wikipédien since 2005, he was president of Wikimedia France from 2011 to 2014.
After studying visual arts, philosophy at the Sorbonne and multimedia at the ENSBA, Grégory CHATONSKY has developed a work around the internet, considering the web as a medium on its own. Since the mid-90s, his projects focused on notions such as identity, the aesthetics of ruins or even disappearance.
Stéphane MAGUET founded the gallery and the Numeriscausa agency in 2003. At the same time, he was responsible for public contracts related to multimedia at the Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine. In 2010, he joined Digitas / Publicis, then in 2013 the We Are Social Paris agency where he steered R&D and innovation around immersive media and social networks.
Co-founder of the Art Press magazine in 1972, Catherine Millet is an art critic, curator and writer. She is the author of numerous essays, including Dalí et moi (2005) and Le corps exposed (2011), as well as autobiographical accounts including The Sexual Life of Catherine M (2001).
Graduated from the Institute of Political Studies, Diane Dufour was director of the cooperative of photographers Magnum Photos from 2000 to 2007. She founded the BAL with Raymond Depardon, a contemporary space dedicated to the document image (photography, video, cinema, new media) which she has been managing since 2010.
Digital and Internet pioneer, entrepreneur and prospectivist, Daniel Kaplan explores the future through the lens of innovation on the one hand, and imaginary on the other. In 2000, he created the New Generation Internet Foundation (Fing), which he directed until 2016. He then co-founded the Université de la Pluralité Network.
French philosopher and writer Vincent Cespedes created the Philosopher collection at Editions Larousse in 2008. Author of various books including Maraboutés and Magique, a study of happiness, he gives numerous lectures on subjects as diverse as education and management.
Creator of typographic characters, Jean-Baptiste LEVEE studies visual communication at the Estienne school before integrating the DSAA typographical creation from which he graduated in 2004. Founder of the digital type design agency "Production Type", he is vice-president of the international typographical association (ATYPI).
Author of "The digital half-turn, when digital forces companies to innovate upside down", Thomas Houy supports companies in the development of their digital stategy. He is a senior lecturer in the economic and social science department of Telecom Paris.
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SIRI co-founder and author of the book : “Artificial Intelligence does not exist”, Luc JULIA is technical manager and vice-president innovation at Samsung company. He has defined and led the group’s strategy for the Internet of Things and is dedicated to making this objects intelligent.
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Art historian, Claire LE RESTIF has been the head curator of the Centre d'Art Contemporain of Ivry CREDAC since 2003. She is a member of the general assembly of FRAC Ile de France, and also a member of the CNAP Publishing and Exhibition Support Committee since 2018.
José-Manuel GONCALVES has been the director of the “104” art centre since 2010. He was also the head curator of Paris “Nuits Blanches” in 2014 and 2015, and artistic director of numerous exhibitions including Panorama 20 at Fresnoy (2018) and Paysages Bordeaux (2019).
Well known in the world of the underground music, Fanny Corral is a DJ, programmer and the founder of "Kill the DJ". She’s currently in charge of the programmation of the queer festival "Loud and Proud". She launched this feminist and intersectional festival in 2013.
Marie Ekeland has co-founded France Digital in 2012 and the Daphni investment fund in 2015. After studying mathematics and computer science in Paris Dauphine university, she obtained a master's degree in analysis and economic policy in Paris School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS).
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André Gunthert is a teacher-researcher, lecturer at the EHESS(School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences) and historian of visual cultures. He is among the first to have studied the digital transition describing the sharing of images and their conventional uses.
Psychiatrist, doctor of Psychology, member of the Academy of Technologies, and research associate at the Université Paris VII Denis Diderot (CRPMS), Serge Tisseron is also the imagination behind the “3-6-9-12” tags for the moderation of screen usage.
Author of L’intelligence artificielle: vers une domination programmée? (Artificial Intelligence: Heading for a programmed domination?), Jean-Gabriel Ganascia is a professor of computer science at the University Pierre and Marie Curie, and the deputy director of the laboratory (Labex) OBVIL.
Éric Sadin is a writer and philosopher. He speaks regularly at Sciences Po Paris. He has published several books, including La Société de l’anticipation (Society of Anticipation), L’Humanité augmentée (Augmented Humanity), and L’Administration numérique du monde (Digital World Order).
Dominique Cardon is a sociologist in the Sense department at Orange Labs. He is also an associate member of the Center for the Study of Social Movements at EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), the School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences.