Digital Issues is a quarterly series (March, June, September and December) freely downloadable on www.annales.org, with a print version in French language.Focus of the series is on the issues of the digital transition for an enlightened, yet non necessarily expert, readership. Various viewpoints are being used between technology, economy and society as the Annales des Mines are used to doing in all their series.

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N° 4 - December 2018 - The governance of digital technology

Issue editor: Bertrand PAILHÈS

 


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Introduction: Governance of the digital realm — between doctrines and practices

Bertrand PAILHÈS,

national coordinator of the strategy on artificial intelligence

 

Governance of the digital realm has many referents, ranging from the conduct of a company project involving digital technology to the balance of geopolitical power in cyberspace. Though seemingly distant from each other, these referents come from the same mold: the Internet. The Internet’s principles of openness and horizontality have deeply shaped modern societies and economies. While the question of Internet governance is evolving, these principles continue spreading as they are reappropriated in sectors outside the digital realm, such as transportation or energy.

 

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N° 3 - September 2018 - The legal professions coping with the challenge of digital technology

Issue editors: Françoise TRASSOUDAINE and Jean-Pierre DARDAYROL

 


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Françoise TRASSOUDAINE and Jean-Pierre DARDAYROL

Conseil général de l’Economie

 

The first two issues of Enjeux numériques / Digital issues focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and big data. These topics reappear in this new issue devoted to the impact of digital technology on the legal professions at a time when big data and advanced algorithms are two major factors in the pursuit of the digital transformation of our society and of jobs. This special issue seeks to better understand the social, economic and societal issues in this transformation of the legal professions, in particular the regulatory or ethical issues and the stakes of being economically competitive and attractive. Since the world is undergoing this transformation, we would like to present a panorama of European studies on this topic.

When adopting a historical viewpoint, we notice that artificial intelligence and data-processing entered our lives through banking services, mail order sales, energy distribution and telecommunications. Marketing has turned these activities into a mass market. Whereas a poor recommendation for a purchase affects our lives very little, an error (whether a false positive or negative) in the field of the law might bear heavy consequences. Were such an error to be used to impose a fine or other penalty, AI applications would have effects of a quite different magnitude. The law, along with its professionals, their jobs and daily practices, has come under question. Legal professionals, because their jobs are intellectual and highly skilled, thought they were sheltered from competing with machines; but they are now facing a growing number of AI applications.

 

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N° 2 - June 2018 - Big Data: Economics and Regulation

Issue editor: Edmond BARANES

Professor of economics, Montpellier University


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Introduction

Edmond BARANES
Professor of economics, Montpellier University

 

Following on the inaugural issue of Digital issues devoted to artificial intelligence, this second publication concentrates on big data, i.e., the massive accumulation of electronic data. Besides its technological challenges, this large-scale trend is bringing about major changes in the usual organization of the economy. It is a game-changer for society. Big data are turning out to be a litmus test for the digital transition in our societies. The proliferation of data modifies our ways of producing and consuming, and questions our conceptions of individual freedom and of the principle of sovereignty.
Over the last decade, the diffusion of connected devices (smartphones, tablet computers) along with their applications has amplified the production of data. The invention of social networks and the explosion of the Internet of things (IoT) are now bolstering this process, which has combined with the advances being made in artificial intelligence.

 

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N° 1 - March 2018 - Artificial intelligence, an issue of economy and civilization?

Issue editor: Jacques SERRIS,

Engineer from the Corps des Mines, Conseil Général de l’Économie (CGE)


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Enjeux numériques / Digital issues, a new series, new ambitions

Jean-Pierre DARDAYROL
Chair, Editorial board of Enjeux numériques / Digital issues

 

The series Annales des Mines has often addressed subjects related to digital technology and even devoted special issues to this topic. But it is now high time to found a journal dedicated to the challenges of digital technology. This new journal falls in line with the values and objectives of Annales des Mines: circulate ideas, clarify debates, analyze facts, draw persons together, describe future possibilities, float ideas and follow up on them, and draw the best from proposed utopias. To do this, the preferred means is to present contrasting technological, economic and societal viewpoints that are clearly formulated.
The launching of Enjeux numériques / Digital issues is also the occasion to reinvigorate our aspirations and adapt them to the ever growing presence of digital technology in our lives and times.

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Introduction

Jacques SERRIS
Engineer from the Corps des Mines, Conseil Général de l’Économie (CGE)

 

You are looking at the first issue of Enjeux numériques / Digital Issues. This new quarterly in the series Annales des Mines intends to focus on the challenges raised by digital technology by soliciting viewpoints on the technology itself, the economy and society. This first issue is devoted to artificial intelligence, a topic that has attracted attention from these different viewpoints and crystallized reflections. The thoughts herein reflect an awareness of the scope of artificial intelligence (AI) even as we observe it developing around us.

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