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TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND KNOWLEDGE IN THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION ERA

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TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND KNOWLEDGE IN THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION ERA

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Anno accademico 2023/2024

Codice attività didattica
CPS0741
Docenti
Anne Marie Francoise Bellon (Titolare dell'insegnamento)
Corso di studio
Master's Degree Course in Economic analysis and policy
Anno
2° anno
Periodo
Primo semestre
Tipologia
Caratterizzante
Crediti/Valenza
6
SSD attività didattica
SECS-P/02 - politica economica
Erogazione
Tradizionale
Lingua
Inglese
Frequenza
Facoltativa
Tipologia esame
Orale
Tipologia unità didattica
corso
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Sommario insegnamento

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Obiettivi formativi

The objective of this course is to gather experts from different academic fields and provide a multidisciplinary perspective on the digital transition.
It is based on the contributions of researchers from the COSTECH research lab at UTC.

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Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi

The course provides detailed knowledge on echnological change, digital transition and transdisciplinary perspectives.

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Programma

Lecture 1 – The “Anthropologically-based technique” thesis (Pierre
Steiner, philosopher)

Lecture 2 – Evolution and history of technology (Guillaume Carnino, historian)

Lecture 3 – Technology as a substitution or supplementation tool? (Charles Lenay, cognitive scientist and philosopher)

Lecture 4 – The digital transformation of bureaucracy and the platformization of the State (Clément Mabi and Anne Bellon, information
and communication scientist)

Lecture 5 – Platform regulation and algorithm governmentality (Clément Mabi and Anne Bellon, information and communication scientist)

Lecture 6 – Social movement and the digital public space (Clément Mabi and Anne Bellon, information and communication scientist)

Lecture 7 – Centralisation and decentralisation of the Internet (Stéphane Crozat, computer scientist)

Lecture 8 – Skills in the digital area: the meritocracy renewal? (Michaël Vicente, sociologist)

Lecture 9 – Digital creation: stakes and perspectives (Serge Bouchardon,
information and communication scientist)

Lecture 10 – Managing technological innovation: the TATIN interactive table case study (Thierry Gidel, management scientist)

Lecture 11 – The design of physical-digital workspaces to support globally collaborative work (Thierry Gidel, management scientist)

Lecture 12 and 13 – Crowdsourcing, network sciences and socio-economic prospectives (Pascal Jollivet-Courtois, economist)

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Modalità di insegnamento

The teaching methods will include lecture courses and flipped classroom.

The language of teaching is English.

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Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

There will be a group project (2-4 students) leading to a report and a defence.

The report is to be issued by the end of January.

Testi consigliati e bibliografia

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The “Anthropologically-based technique” thesis
Steiner Pierre. “Philosophie, technologie et cognition : État des lieux et
perspectives”. In Steiner Pierre & Stewart John (Eds), “Philosophie,
Technologie et Cognition”, Intellectica, 53-54, (pp.7-40) (2010), link.
Ihde, Don, Malafouris, Lambros. Homo faber Revisited:
Postphenomenology and Material Engagement Theory. Philosophy &
Technology. 32, 195-;214 (2019), link.
Hodder, Ian. Entangled. An Archeology of the Relationships between
Humans and Things. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
An example from the history of science
Liliane HILAIRE-PÉREZ, “‘What Is Technology?’: An Enquiry into the
Science of the Arts at the Dawn of Industrialisation”, in Kristine Bruland,
Anne Gerritsen, Pat Hudson, Giorgio Riello (dir.), Re-inventing the
Economic History of Industrialisation, McGill-Queens University Press,
2020, p. 44-58.
Guillaume CARNINO, “Vers une épistémotechnique”, SHS web of
conference, 2014, link
Vaclav SMIL, Energy and Civilization. A History, Cambridge: MIT Press,
2017.
Technology as a substitution or supplementation tool?
Lenay, C., O. Gapenne, S. Hanneton, C. Marque, et C. Genouel. Sensory
substitution: Limits and perspectives. In Touching for Knowing, Cognitive
psychology of haptic manual perception, Y. Hatwell, A. Streri, et E.
Gentaz (eds), 275-92. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins
Publishing Company, 2003.
Lenay, C., et M. Tixier. From Sensory Substitution to Perceptual
Supplementation: Appropriation and Augmentation. In Living Machines:
A Handbook of Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems. Oxford UniversityPress, Tony J. Prescott, Nathan Lepora, and Paul F.M.J Verschure Eds.,
2018, pp. 548-555.
Lenay, C., D. Aubert, “Technical Innovation in Human Science : examples
in cognitive technologies”, Theoria, Vol. 34/3, septembre 2019, pp. 313-
471.
The digital transformation of bureaucracy and the platformization of the State

Main readings:
- Cordella, A., and Tempini, N. (2015). E-government and organizational change: Reappraising the role of ICT and bureaucracy in public service delivery. Government Information. Quarterly.



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