Privacy in the Digital Age: EPFL and RTS to host radio series for the public
A series of four weekly radio shows will be recorded live by Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) at EPFL’s ArtLab in November. EPFL professors and external experts will debate key issues at the intersection of digitization and society, and members of the public are invited to attend. Topics will range from artificial intelligence, privacy and law, to art, culture and history.
All discussion will be in French.
Listen in podcast: Privacy in the Digital Age
Watch the youtube video: https://youtu.be/JA7guGQ8nj8
Broadcast on Saturday, November 9 at 5pm, on Espace2, and on Sunday, November 10 at 8pm on La Première
The other shows:
- PRIVACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Saturday 2 November at 5 p.m.
How can we protect the boundaries of our private lives without giving up digital tools that are becoming increasingly essential?
Jessica Pidoux: Doctoral assistant at the EPFL Institute of Digital Humanities (DHI)
Daniel Gatica-Perez: Professor at EPFL DHI and at Idiap Research Institute
Sébastien Fanti: Data protection lawyer
Niels Weber: Psychologist specializing in hyperconnectivity
Anne Laure Gannac, Journalist RTS
- Saturday 9 November, from 5pm to 6pm
ENGAGEMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE
- Saturday 16 November, from 5pm to 6pm
MEMORY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
- Saturday 23 November, from 5pm to 6pm
CREATIVITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
- General public
- Registration required
- Collège des Humanités de l'EPFL, Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS), EPFL ArtLab
- Virginie Martin Nunez