Tuesday 17 November at 11:45 a.m
"Algorithms: Thinking against your brain" by Etienne Klein, Philosopher, Physicist, and Director of Research at The CEA
For the philosopher, the observation of the phenomena that surround us goes against the physical laws that govern them. Which, without going back to Galileo, can lead to ignorance and even intolerance.
During this keynote, Etienne Klein will show that we must therefore think against our brain, that is to say bring paradox, contradiction if we want to set our thinking in motion and therefore develop a critical mind. This will lead him to draw a parallel with the algorithms and the way of processing data which today offer us a vision that we can consider comfortable or even reassuring, but which is devoid of a critical mind and does not lead to intellectual questioning.
Wednesday 18 November at 6 p.m.
Roundtable: The evolution of the consideration of the CIO thanks to the crisis
Integrated into the board, with a significant mobilisation during the crisis, the CIO was fully involved in the decision-making during this emergency situation. Agile and efficient, the CIOs were able to reassure their COMEX. True crisis managers, they have been able to guarantee the exceptional increase in load and the reliability of their infrastructures. Could this be the end of "IT bashing"?
Keynote : Thomas Husson, VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester
The year 2020 will remain a pivotal year in many areas. We have entered a period of global recession and the challenge for companies today is to review their scenarios based on the weak signals detected in order to model their way out of the crisis.
During this keynote, Thomas Husson will present Forrester's predictions for 2021 in many areas: Edge Computing, Cloud, Strategic Marketing, CX, EX, etc.