The arrival of the digital era in our societies is often compared to the great technological advancements of the industrial Revolutions.
But it should really be compared to the invention of the printing press, because the digital revolution is above all a cognitive one. It has inserted knowledge and information into every aspect of our lives. It is even making machines intelligent.
Although we create digital technology, it is also creating us. That is why it is so essential that we build a digital culture.
Dominique Cardon is the director of Médialab at Sciences Po. He was a researcher at the Laboratoire des usages (SENSE) d'Orange Labs and associate professor at Université Paris Est/LATTS. Among his publications are La démocratie Internet, Paris, Seuil/La République des idées, 2010, with Fabien Granjon, Mediactivistes, Paris, Presses de Science Po, 2010 (2nd updated edition: 2013), with Antonio Casilli, Qu'est-ce que le digital labor?, Paris, Ina Éditions, 2015 and A quoi rêvent les algorithmes. Nos vies à l’heure des big data, Paris, Seuil/République des idées, 2015.
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