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Les Big Data : pistes de réflexions historiques, éthiques et épistémologiques pour l'appropriation sociale

Ghislaine Azemard 1 Ben Henda 2 Henri Hudrisier 3 
1 Chaire Unesco-ITEN - Chaire Unesco - Innovation, Transmission et Édition Numériques
UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UP8 - Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, FMSH - Fondation Maison des sciences de l'homme
Abstract : In this paper, we aim to explore ways of transformations of the new techno-culture that will become essential to appropriate two emerging technologies closely related: Big-datas and Datas Analytics. We discuss as well the history of big-datas and statistical analysis but also their digital pre-warning. In terms of multivariate statistical analysis, we discuss the epistemological issues but also ethical Copernican reversal caused by this analysis (discussed Benzécri / Bourdieu). The questions to being techno-digital, closely related with human intelligence, it also upset by its implementation collaborative networks, are quickly raised (Heidegger, Simondon, Derrida and the current bibliography). We conclude by stating the close involvement of our ITEN-UNESCO Chair for ISO standardization of ICT and Learning Analytics standardization project that just opened. We also present our project Muren HD (digital humanities involving crowdsourcing synergy for education, research and heritage in a culturally Euro-Mediterranean context); a project that is part of education-research-project IDEFI Créatic.
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Ghislaine Azemard, Ben Henda, Henri Hudrisier. Les Big Data : pistes de réflexions historiques, éthiques et épistémologiques pour l'appropriation sociale. Conférence ORBICOM : Données ouvertes, Médias et citoyenneté, Oct 2015, Mexico, Mexique. ⟨sic_01321534⟩



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