Les GAFAM contre l'Internet : « Leur objectif, c'est d'absorber le marché » Le sociologue Nikos Smyrnaios propose une critique radicale de l'histoire d'Internet.
L'objectif : offrir un cadre théorique cohérent à la critique de l'économie politique du réseau, et de ses acteurs économiques principaux, Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon et Microsoft (GAFAM). Un retour critique sur l'histoire d'Internet. C'est ce que propose le chercheur en science de l'information et de la communication Nikos Smyrnaios dans son ouvrage Les GAFAM contre l'Internet (ed. INA). En mobilisant les outils d'analyse de l'économie politique, l'auteur embrasse l'histoire du développement du réseau jusqu'à aujourd'hui. Eléments de réponse avec cet enseignant chercheur en science de l'information et de la communication à l'université Toulouse 3.
Usbek & Rica : Quel est l'objet de cet ouvrage ? Nikos Smyrnaios : Le livre est une tentative de mettre en place une critique de l'économie politique de l'Internet contemporain, en essayant de mettre en perspective les discours dominants. Danielle Attias. Mixed reality, computer vision, and brain–machine interfaces: Here’s the future The New York Times’ reborn R&D lab sees. When it comes to emerging technologies, there’s a lot to keep newsrooms busy.
Virtual reality has promise, and so do chatbots. Ditto, too, for connected cars and connected homes. In fact, the challenge for most newsrooms isn’t figuring out potential new platforms for experimentation but rather determining which new technologies are worth prioritizing most. Anonymal - Audiovisuel et numérique citoyen. Encyclopaedia Britannica’s Transformation. An interview with Jorge Cauz, president of Encyclopaedia Britannica.
He is the author of the article Encyclopaedia Britannica’s President on Killing Off a 244-Year-Old Product. Download this podcast SCOTT BERINATO: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast. I’m Scott Berinato. I’m joined today by Jorge Cauz, president of the Encyclopaedia Britannica Company. In the March issue of HBR, Jorge explains why this was not a difficult decision, and how the company had long since moved on from the printed-reference business. Le dernier spasme d’une industrie mourante. The flipside. Introducing The Flipside. Local paper Østlands-Posten holds open meetings in its newsroom to create a new scene for public debate. Credit: Screenshot from Østlands-Posten Østlands-Posten, a daily local newspaper serving the town of Larvik in Norway, has been inviting people to its newsroom to discuss subjects currently affecting the community and how the town could be improved.
Two meetings have been held so far, with one more planned before the beginning of the summer, and the project has been successful enough to prompt the organisers to plan to do it all again in the autumn. Marthe Eveline Røsholt, news journalist, Østlands-Posten, told Journalism.co.uk the meetings aimed to counter an unfriendly debate climate on the politics scene in the country, where some people did not want to be involved in discussions out of a fear of being attacked for their views. "We wanted to create a new scene where everyone could speak and where you were allowed to talk without someone interrupting you.
The Washington Post is diving into augmented reality. Vice News Issues takes a “homepage-isn’t-dead” approach to big topics (first up: populism) Is it possible to take a step back and go deep on a topic on the Internet?
It should be, but the busy, crazy news cycle of the last few months has made it difficult to focus on anything for more than a few minutes. A new project, Vice News Issues, is a digital magazine-y concept that’s trying to address the issue. On Tuesday, Vice News’ homepage is taken over with a package of stories on one topic: populism. “The push on the web these days is toward individual articles. Homepages are dying. Trends in Newsrooms 1: The Rise of Bots - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFRA. Photo Credit: Rog01/Flickr It’s been more than a year since Quartz launched its nascent chat app that sparked interest, praise and criticism within the industry.
And ever since companies like Facebook, Telegram or Kik made the technology to build chatbots available to the general public, news organisations have been experimenting with it in various forms. Most news organisations see this trend as just that: a chance to experiment with an emerging technology on established platforms. And clearly, these experiments are primarily centred around testing the waters of a more personalised experience with their users.
Why the SaaS era of journalism will be our most exciting. The third in a series of posts.
You can read the first post here. The second post here. Pour combattre la post-vérité, les médias condamnés à innover. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales launches Wikitribune, a large-scale attempt to combat fake news. Good things can happen when a crowd goes to work on trying to figure out a problem in journalism.
At the same time, completely crowdsourced news investigations can go bad without oversight — as when, for example, a group of Redditors falsely accused someone of being the Boston Marathon bomber. An entirely crowdsourced investigation with nobody to oversee it or pay for it will probably go nowhere. At the same time, trust in the media is at low and fact checking efforts have become entwined with partisan politics. So what would happen if you combined professional journalism with fact checking by the people? On Monday evening, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales launched Wikitribune, an independent site (not affiliated with Wikipedia or the Wikimedia Foundation) “that brings journalists and a community of volunteers together” in a combination that Wales hopes will combat fake news online — initially in English, then in other languages. The Telegraph launches audio show for Google Home. The Telegraph is using audio more often to pull in new readers and, in time, convert them to paying subscribers.
The British newspaper launched two audio series in the last two weeks: a standard weekly podcast and an audio show designed for Google Home. Audio has become a focus for the publisher over the last six months, partly thanks to devices like Amazon Echo and Google Home, the latter of which launched in the U.K. in early April. To coincide with this, The Telegraph started producing “5 by 5” specifically for Google Home. The daily 10-minute news show features five journalists discussing the day’s top-five topics and airs at 5 p.m. each day. Predictions for Journalism 2017 » Collections » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism. The future of news is not what you think – Data Journalism Awards – Medium.
Before joining DW, Esra Dogramaci worked at the BBC in London and Al Jazeera English, amongst others.
She discusses here the preconceived ideas people have about the future of journalism and how we might be getting it all wrong. She also shares some good tips on how to better prepare for the journalism practices of the future as well as share with us her vision of how the world of news could learn from the realm of television entertainment. What do you think most people get wrong when describing the future of journalism? Quand les médias s'inspirent des méthodes de la Silicon Valley - Yellow Vision. Le NYT met en place des “task forces” pour transformer ses métiers. "Différencier l'information de l'actualité". CNN crée un département pour produire des actus en 3D et en réalité virtuelle.
C'est un signe supplémentaire, s'il en fallait un, de l'intérêt des médias audiovisuels pour la réalité virtuelle et les images en 3D. Axel Springer refuse de s'allier à Facebook contre les « fake news » - Les Echos. Transformation numérique : analyse des projets médias financés par Google. Par Gautier Roos et Alexandra Yeh, France Télévisions, Direction de la Prospective Vous voulez savoir ce que mijote le gratin des éditeurs européens pour réussir leur transformation numérique ? Nous avons donc épluché avec soin les bonnes oeuvres de Google ! En d'autres termes, les projets que le géant du Web a choisi d'aider dans le cadre de son fonds d'innovation dans le secteur des médias.
Le cross-plateforme, futur de l’industrie des médias ? Par Alexandra Yeh, France Télévisions, Direction de la Prospective. This site is “taking the edge off rant mode” by making readers pass a quiz before commenting. Two weeks ago, NRKbeta, the tech vertical of the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK, published an explainer about a proposed new digital surveillance law in the country. Digital security is a controversial topic, and the conversation around security issues can become heated. But the conversation in the comments of the article was respectful and productive: Commenters shared links to books and other research, asked clarifying questions, and offered constructive feedback. The team at NRKbeta attributes the civil tenor of its comments to a feature it introduced last month.
On some stories, potential commenters are now required to answer three basic multiple-choice questions about the article before they’re allowed to post a comment. WeChat's App Revolution - Bloomberg View. The biggest long-term threat to the iPhone isn't Android, Samsung Electronics Co. or China's bevy of cheap phone makers. Instead, it's a deceptively simple idea: Apps work better if you embed them in a single program, rather than let them proliferate across your home screen. WeChat, China's leading social media app, just launched a new platform with exactly that idea in mind. It has the potential to reconfigure smartphones as radically as anything since the first iPhone was released. The company calls the concept "mini programs," and the idea is that users can call up useful features from third parties -- photo filters, language tools, ride-sharing services -- within the WeChat app and use them instantly, with no downloading or installation required.
Although that sounds like a modest innovation, it solves two crucial problems plaguing the app model. 7 médias qui rendent optimiste sur l’avenir du journalisme. S’intéresser à la transformation des pratiques journalistiques à l’ère numérique, c’est observer un monde qui se cherche, un monde en marche, qui souvent se perd et parfois avance. Le Projet - présentation - L'Hubservatoire, par Le hub agence. Demographics of Social Media Users in 2016. Facebook usage and engagement is on the rise, while adoption of other platforms holds steady Over the past decade, Pew Research Center has documented the wide variety of ways in which Americans use social media to seek out information and interact with others. A majority of Americans now say they get news via social media, and half of the public has turned to these sites to learn about the 2016 presidential election.
Quantum computers ready to leap out of the lab in 2017. Kai Hudek, Univ. Maryland A front runner in the pursuit of quantum computing uses single ions trapped in a vacuum. Can the news be saved?: 2017’s emerging media outlets face just as many challenges as old media. No year was more poignant in the slow death of 20th Century media institutions than 2016, but the process of journalistic reincarnation continues to be cursed by bad karma. Smart entrepreneurs have been trying in earnest to salvage this industry for a couple decades now, but it’s hard to argue that they’re succeeding. How Amazon, Google, and Facebook Will Bring Down Telcos. Just about everything you see on TV is presented by one of a handful of media conglomerates.
A similarly small number of telecommunication companies provides your cable service. If you have Comcast and you’re watching NBC, the content and the delivery infrastructure are owned by the same people. This tiny world will concentrate further if regulators approve AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner. The internet was supposed to alleviate this. Instead, it may compound it. Demographics of Social Media Users in 2016. Did Media Literacy Backfire? – Data & Society: Points. Hacking the Attention Economy – Data & Society: Points. Les 50 chiffres à connaître sur les médias sociaux en 2017. Online Publishing Should Look At Steem, Not Spotify, For Inspiration. The Deep Truth about “Fake News” – ART + marketing. The state of artificial intelligence in 5 charts. Facebook Live Audio makes talk radio social, starting with the BBC. Newsonomics: The 2016 media year by the numbers, and a look toward 2017. Snap has acquired an ad tech company called Flite - Recode.
52 things I learned in 2016 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium. The Future Is Near: 13 Design Predictions for 2017 – The Digital Age – Medium. Mobile Video Viewing: More Than Half of Viewing Originates on Mobile. These Design Inspirations Can Change How We Read The News. These Design Inspirations Can Change How We Read The News. Our Eight-Second Attention Span: The Future of News Media. Information Overload. Oculus, HTC, Samsung, Google, Acer Starbreeze, Sony create Global VR Association. Top 45 VR sites, blogs, medium authors and YouTube channels to follow. Revolution at The Washington Post.
Spotify campagne 2016 - créativité publicitaire et data. Reuters built its own algorithmic prediction tool to help it spot (and verify) breaking news on Twitter. We Asked 8,500 Internet Commenters Why They Do What They Do. Quand Google laisse son IA trier des sons toute seule - Sciences. Sans titre. 'Directing our lens at the room': How the FT uses comments and reader call-outs to engage with the audience. A Postmortem for Journalism – Whither news? – Medium. Reality check: I blame the media. – Data & Society: Points. Media: End Reporting on Polls – Data & Society: Points.
How to build a Chatbot — Part 1 – Chatbots Magazine. History Tells Us What Will Happen Next With Brexit And Trump. Signals of Editorial Quality – Monday Note. Election 2016: Exit Polls. A ‘Dewey Defeats Truman’ Lesson for the Digital Age. Facebook is harming our democracy, and Mark Zuckerberg needs to do something about it. If You're Blaming Facebook For The Election Results, You're An Idiot. The End of Distance – The Metaverse Muse – Medium. The first Google Tango phone delivers true augmented reality gaming - The Verge. Google's artificial intelligence created its own encrypted messages.
The difficulty of driving subscriptions through Apple News. The New York Times thinks it can add a million more digital subscribers – Poynter. Google and Facebook are booming. Is the rest of the digital ad business sinking? - Recode. Sans titre. The AP wants to use machine learning to automate turning print stories into broadcast ones. Uk.businessinsider. Condé's Wolfgang Blau: 'The war for reach is over'
Norwegian broadcaster NRK make their first vertical video doc – is this the shape of the future? Chart porn: How the FT’s Instagram following has exploded in a year. Here's Why Facebook's Trending Algorithm Keeps Promoting Fake News - BuzzFeed News. Snapchat: POV Launching Two Documentary Short Films. Facebook sends TV broadcasters a friend request. Chronologie des Médias : ce que Canal veut - ZDNet. Uk.businessinsider. Snapchat: POV Launching Two Documentary Short Films. Local Ads to become mostly digital by 2018: BIA/Kelsey. EN – Nextjournalism. With new funding, CUNY wants to invent J-school 2.0 – Poynter.
Facebook launches free online training for journalists. Washington Post to Cover Every Major Race on Election Day With Help of Artificial Intelligence. ‘Internet of Things’ compounded Friday’s hack of major websites. Washington Post to Cover Every Major Race on Election Day With Help of Artificial Intelligence. Plummeting Newspaper Ad Revenue Sparks New Wave of Changes. Report: Nearly a quarter of news articles include social media embeds. Chatbots as a distribution strategy for media companies. DeepMind Invented a Computer That Learns How to Use Its Own Memory. Redesigning fact-checking – Univision Beta – Medium. La Croix International – The world's leading independent Catholic daily. Blame the Internet of Things for Destroying the Internet Today.