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Round Table COMMENT SAVOIR ? : Deepfake: le triomphe de l'incertitude ?


With: Professeur Touradj Ebrahimi, EPFL, directeur du Multimedia Signal Processing Group, recherche sur la détection des deep fakes Anne-Gaëlle Lardeau, responsable d’EPFL Pavilions dont l’exposition actuelle parle de l’usage des faux et doubles dans l’art Sarah Sermondadaz, rédactrice en chef adjointe et responsable du Flux Science & Climat à Heidi.news Sebastian Dieguez, neuroscientifique, chercheur au Laboratoire des Sciences Cognitives et Neurologiques de l’Université de Fribourg, spécialiste des théories du complot
Place and room: Cafétéria Niki (ex ELA)
Category: Conferences – Seminars

Round Table COMMENT SAVOIR ? : Quel est le charme de l'incertain ?


With: Delphine Preissmann, Docteure en neurosciences François Jullien, philosophe et sinologue Odile Cantero comédienne d’improvisation et docteure en psychologie Jean-François Bert, sociologue et historien
Place and room: Cafétéria Niki (ex ELA)
Category: Conferences – Seminars

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DH Research Seminar by Dr Isabella di Leonardo

11 november 2021

Building a European Time Machine

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7 October 2021

If the human being goes digital, ethics goes digital: Ethics at the human-machine interface

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Johan Rochel

12 May 2021

A computational-philosophical approach to the international law on AI

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Nora Al Badri, artiste en résidence CDH 2019. Photo Karim Ben Khalifa

19 May 2021

Babylonian Vision – decolonising collections

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Prof. Jeffrey Shaw portrait
DH Research Seminar by Prof. Jeffrey Shaw

14 April 2021

Trajectories of New Media Art

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Nicolas Henchoz

17 March 2021

And what about the humans in Digital Humanities? An approach of design research to transform technologies and data into daily life impact.

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(only available to EPFL students and staff)

Portrait Marie Bergstroem

24 February 2021

Dating sites as observations sites. What we can learn from online dating data.

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(only available to EPFL students and staff until June 30, 2021)

Patrick Savage

10 March 2021

Comparative musicology: The science of the world’s music.

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7 October 2020

Reading with machines. Reading and writing in the digital age.

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Close up of a mother board

04 November 2020

From Digital Humanities to Game Studies

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Three images of written text

18 November 2020

Quantitative approaches to historical texts: should you care about OCR?

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13 January 2020

Looking beyond the staff lines and listening behind the sound: Novel applications of two old-fashioned paradigms to the analysis of musical harmony

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Portrait of Prof. Pascale Kunz

14 December 2019

AI for Human: a personal agenda

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Prof. Ulrik Brandes, ETHZ

19 November 2019

Networks, the Digital Humanities, and Everything

Session not recorded

Prof Anita Auer, UNIL

13 November 2019

The Digital Turn in Historical Sociolinguistics

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Prof. Daniel Shanahan portrait

29 October 2019

The Corpus as an Artifact of Musical Change: Studies in Style, Transmission, and Diffusion

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Dr. Kelly Snook with headphones on

20 September 2019

Kepler Concordia: Playing solar systems as musical instruments

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18 September 2019

What can a historian expect of Digital Humanities?

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