Teaching & PhD
Humanities and Social Sciences Program
Students analyze the co-production dynamics of societies and digital technologies, and the issues they face. To this end, they learn to mobilize concepts and methods of sociotechnical analysis from Science and Technology studies (STS).
This course aims at exploring the social, historical and cultural dimensions of scientific work or engineering. Contributing to Wikipedia articles on engineering on technologies or engineering from a STS (science and technology studies) or engineering studies point of view.
Science and technology are experiencing changes that also affect the entire society. The course will take the example of nanoscience and nanotechnology to develop an analysis of this kind of phenomenon.
Over the past decade, the notion of "artificial intelligence" has made a comeback in many fields of activity. To measure its scope, this course offers an introduction to social studies of AI. The course will introduce the main approaches, exemplary cases and relevant methods in the field.