Seminar organised on May 15th at Sorbonne Université in Paris

Technology is ubiquitous in our daily lives, be it personal, social, professional, medical. The aim of this seminar is thus to explore the cultures of technology, i.e. technology as situated rather than detached and decontextualised. In particular, this seminar will inspect artificial intelligence and machine learning (but not only). There will be five presentations during the seminar, evolving in different areas of human-computer interaction, design research and science and technology studies. The seminar will take place on site at the Sorbonne University and online.

Register here to receive the Zoom link or if you will attend on site.

Monday 15th of May, 2023 – from 3pm to 5:30pm (approx)

Room 304 (56-66)
Sorbonne Université
4 place Jussieu, 75005 Paris
(see map below)


AI and modern-day automation – an Activity Theoretical perspective?

15h00 – 15h30

Susanne Bødker
Professor, Aarhus University, Denmark

“Data, truth, and values in creative machine learning”

15h30 – 16h00

Rebecca Fiebrink
Professor, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

Human interventions in AI


Alex Taylor
Reader, City University of London, United Kingdom

Socially-embedded technologies

16h30 – 17h00

Myriam Lewkowicz
Professor, Troyes University of Technology, France


If you wish to come to attend the Seminar at Sorbonne Université, or attend online and receive the Zoom link, please register here:

Registration is free.

Practical Information

Event organised in Room 304 (65-66)

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