IDEAS DAYS will be back on 4 and 5 July 2017 in Grenoble for the second edition: two days of conferences, workshops and debates on the changes in society: the way we work, move, eat and meet. At the heart of the event this year: artificial intelligence.
What are the impacts of artificial intelligence, robotics but also blockchain on our lifestyles? High-Tech or Low-Tech, where will the disruption come from in a hyper-communicating world whose resources are running out? What will tomorrow's jobs be?
IDEAS DAYS are two days of meetings between different actors around conferences and debates presented by professionals. This year, the Ideas Days are structured around 12 themes (New Mobilities, the Future of Agriculture and the Future of Work, Low Tech and its opposite, AI and Robotics) with the aim of studying the changes in society and finding solutions to meet future challenges: the way of working, moving, eating...
There will be 45 speakers, including Pascal Picq, a paleoanthropologist at the Collège de France, who will give his vision of the evolution of mankind in its relationship to the world and technology, and Markus Gabriel, a German philosopher and author of "Pourquoi le monde n'existe pas" (Why the world does not exist). »