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Intelligence artificielle et diplomatie du numérique : entre effet de mode et complexité

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April 2019
Julien Nocetti 
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Ce podcast est présenté par M. Julien Nocetti. L’intelligence artificielle est un sujet à la fois à la mode et difficile à traiter d’une perspective de politique internationale. L’intelligence artificielle est une technologie qui recouvre une grande diversité et qui avance plus rapidement que le temps auquel évolue l’internet. Quelle gouvernance de l’intelligence artificielle? Comment réguler l’intelligence artificielle dans ses composantes sécuritaires, militaires (armements autonomes…)? Eclaircissement avec Julien Nocetti, chercheur au Centre Russie/NEI de l'Ifri, expert notamment de la diplomatie du numérique : cyber-sécurité ; intelligence artificielle ; 5G ; gouvernance d'Internet.

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