From Digital Traces to Algorithmic Projections describes individual digital fingerprints in interaction with the different algorithms they encounter throughout life. Centered on the human user, this formalism makes it possible to distinguish the voluntary projections of an individual and their systemic projections (suffered, metadata), both open (public) and closed. As the global algorithmic projection of an individual is now the focus of attention (Big Data, neuromarketing, targeted advertising, sentiment analysis, cybermonitoring, etc.) and is used to define new concepts, this resource discusses the ubiquity of place and the algorithmic consent of a user.
- Provides an unprecedented approach to our voluntary or experienced digital interactions
- Explores all the digital traces created daily by the connected user and by the inhabitant of the intelligent city
Engineers, technicians, teachers, researchers, science students, scientists. Prospective audience: sociologists, philosophers, anthropologists, military professionals
- Formalism associated with algorithmic projections
2. Algorithmic projections, smart city, level of ubiquity
3. On the Algorithmic Consent
4. Algorithmic projections and cybersecurity
5. NBIC Convergence and algorithmic projections
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- © ISTE Press - Elsevier 2018
- 1st June 2018
- ISTE Press - Elsevier
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Thierry Berthier obtained his PhD in Mathematics in 1994 from the University of Sciences (Besançon), he is a lecturer at the University of Limoges.