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Babel 2.0 Where does machine translation go?
The complexity of natural language and its ambiguities are well designed to confuse the fully rational algorithms of our computers. The
All specialists agree that hacking incidents are only increasing. This book proposes ways to learn how to protect oneself while acknowledging that zero risk no longer exists.
The Earth Under Surveillance
he history of space technology (particularly on the subject of spy or reconnaissance satellites) and the hopes and fears raised by space exploration.
The Future of Public Service
A decisive contribution to thinking about the sovereignty of society in the face of the era of networks and the digital world.
The future of robots and human intelligence
This visionary book describes the new world that is coming into being. A world of intelligent and autonomous robots...
Human Intelligence is Not an Algorithm
An original theory that proposes a new model of intelligence centered on intuition, logic, but also inhibition, indispensable for correcting our cognitive biases.
The Hyperpower of Computer Science
An attractive (color illustrations) and very instructive book for which Gérard Berry has made use of his experience as a lecturer and a teacher of children 9-12 years-old at a Montessori school. A book that fills a gap in knowledge: quite simply, it helps to understand and better anticipate the great changes that are occurring right before our eyes.
Erik Brynjolfsson, Andrew McAfee
Machine, Platform, Crowd: Harnessing Our Digital Future
How does the digital revolution enable a new integration between the human mind and machines?
Robots and Avatars
Robots & Avatars is a highly accessible introduction to the latest technological advances that herald tomorrow’s world.
Written by two practitioners of Artificial Intelligence, this book is both very accessible and very concrete.
Serge Abiteboul, Jean Cattan
We Are Social Media
There is another, more democratic and participative way to regulate social media and break away from GAFAM: social media is what we make it.