Lecturer in philosophy at Université de technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard — FR
Mathieu Triclot is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard as well as a member of the RECITS team at the FEMTP-ST Institute. His work on the philosophy of technology focuses on the history of computer science, artificial intelligence, cybernetics, the concept of information and video games and his research falls within the scope of the philosophy of technology and engineering. Triclot has authored such books as Le moment cybernétique and Philosophie des jeux vidéo. He is also head of the scientific interest group “Unité des Technologies et des Sciences de l’Homme” which promotes the principle of technological research in the field of human and social sciences.
Mathieu Triclot – Has the cyber-world become a reality?
A look back on a policy for information machines
Cybernetics has addressed all these issues, which have made a major comeback in the public discourse about technology, while also constructing a framework (in particular around Norbert Wiener’s public commitments) for political…