Interdisciplinary Seminar ‘Algorithms and Society’
Université Paris Dauphine, Room A 707
Frédéric Marty : Artificial intelligence and consumer manipulations: from consumer’s counter algorithms to firm’s self-regulation tools. Frédéric Marty is CNRS research fellow in economics at the GREDEG, Université de Côte d’Azur (Nice). He is Associate fellow in OFCE (Sciences Po. Paris) and CIRANO (Montréal). He currently works on competition law and economics and focuses on IA and market manipulation.
The Interdisciplinary Seminar ‘Algorithms and Society’ (ISAS) focuses on the societal, legal, political and economic issues related to the development of algorithmic decisions. It aims at confronting the perspectives brought by the different specialists, by emphasizing the definitions of the key concepts and by supporting the interdisciplinary exchanges between social sciences, data science and artificial intelligence specialists. Conveners : Thierry Kirat (IRISSO) & Alexis Tsoukiàs (LAMSADE).