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题目:Platforms vs Administrations,The mutation of data driven government
主讲人:Stéphane Grumbach 
              INRIA & ENS Lyon
时间:2016年11月9日 9:00-10:00

摘要:In the last decades, platforms, a new sort of actors have emerged. They act mostly in the digital sphere, ensuring intermediation on two-sided markets, matching producers and consumers of goods or services. The technology to harvest, store and process continuous flows of data has given rise to new services which reach individuals, and change fundamental aspects of their life. Acting remotely from territories, these services have become so essential that they challenge legacy corporations as well as governments, while contributing to redefine both social norms and legal rules.

Adapting to digital technologies has become a necessity for all institutions, private companies as well as public administrations and governments. On one hand, governments are being upgraded with systems inspired from digital platforms, to better serve their citizens, increasing not only efficiency, but also transparency. Digital platforms on the other hand, because they popularise new norms worldwide, are increasingly involved in governing. Tensions between platforms and governments could take different paths.

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报告人简介:Stéphane Grumbach, senior scientist at Inria, is a specialist of data. He has worked on complex data types, such as spatial, statistical, as well as biological data, and has designed a compression algorithm for DNA sequences. His main interests are targeted to topics at the intersection of disciplines. His current research focuses on the disruptions of the digital revolution, particularly on intermediation platforms, which transform data to create new economic and societal means.
He is director of IXXI, the Complex Systems Institute at ENS Lyon, promoting cross-disciplinary research to address contemporary challenges, and heads the Dice research group from Inria devoted to the Economy of Data.
He has been strongly involved in international relations, has spent eight years in China, first as a diplomat and then in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he headed the Sino-European IT Lab, LIAMA.