Today, cybernetics looks like a model of technological development inherited from the 1960s, conveying an ambiguous image of the human-machine relationship. With the second approach to cybernetics, more openly oriented towards systemics and complexity management, cybernetic principles have regained a certain efficiency, as deep learning models have now invaded many economic and industrial fields of application.
Facilitator Frédéric Migayrou
With Pierre Cassou-Noguès, Professor of Philosophy, Université Paris 8
Paul Pangaro, Professor of Practice, Carnegie Mellon University
Daniel Parrochia, Philosopher, Honorary Professor, Université de Lyon
Andrew Pickering, Professor Emeritus, University of Exeter
Margit Rosen, Head of Department, Collections and Archives, ZKM