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3rd Interdisciplinary Innovation Conference: The regulation and innovation nexus: new issues, new perspectives
Posted on 18 July 2018

3rd Interdisciplinary Innovation Conference 

The regulation and innovation nexus: new issues, new perspectives 

17 December 2018

Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation (i3)



3rd Interdisciplinary Innovation Conference


Conference venue: Mines ParisTech, Espace Maurice Allais, 60 boulevard Saint Michel, 75006 Paris.


Regulation connects to innovation in a variety of manners and with a variety of implications. The question of who regulates what, how and how well when dealing with the processes that usually fall under the rubric of “innovation” intermingles with the question of how innovative, viable, useful, prudent or virtuous are the measures, standards, rules and determinations that are usually referred to as “regulation”. This conference focuses on the regulatory challenges represented by new, complex innovations and on the novel perspectives that they may open or be required. How are new technologies such as the driverless car tackled from a regulatory perspective? How are concerns such as privacy and discrimination addressed in new industries that rely on the processing of personal data? How is competition addressed in these and comparable cases? How is responsibility or liability defined, assessed and monitored? These questions require an interdisciplinary dialogue between economic, managerial, legal, sociological and anthropological perspectives.

Programme outline

09:00-09:15    Registration / refreshments

09:15-09:30    Opening and welcome address

09:30-11:00    Session 1: Innovation and regulation of innovation (Chair: Michel Nakhla)

Collective invention and the role of transparency in the convergence to optimal solutions

Jean-Michel Dalle (Sorbonne Université & i3-CRG), with Yohanan Kasriel & Théophile Carniel

Buyouts and Innovation Incentives

Connie Lee (i3-CERNA)

Collective Governance of Innovation: (Self-)Regulating Platforms in the Crowdfunding Sector

Heloise Berkowitz (Toulouse School of Management), with Antoine Souchaud

11:00-11:30    Coffee break

11:30-12:30    Session 2: Data and privacy (Chair: Fabian Muniesa)

GDPR: Enough or too much for IoT?

Joaquin Ordieres-Meré (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), with Alain Jeunemaitre

The Personalization-Privacy Paradox in Attention Economy

Julien Cloarec (Toulouse School of Management)

12:30-14:00    Lunch

14:00-15:30    Invited session: Self-driving cars (Chair: François Lévêque)

Autonomous mobility as a multi-layer regulation challenge

Rémi Maniak (i3-CRG)

Machine learning, social learning and driverless futures

Jack Stilgoe (University College London)


Autonomous vehicles and business models

Yannick Perez (CentraleSupelec & Université de Paris Sud)


15:30-16:00    Coffee break


16:00-17:00    Session 3: Regulation and surveillance (Chair: Alain Jeunemaître)


Regulating Innovation: Meta-regulation in Administrative Data Sharing for Research in the UK

Stergios Aidinlis (University of Oxford)


Un marché des boîtes noires : l’industrie russe de censure et de surveillance

Ksenia Ermoshina (Citizen Lab, University of Toronto), Benjamin Loveluck (i3-SES) & Francesca Musiani (ISCC, CNRS/Sorbonne Université)


17:00-17:15    Farewell address



Registration. No fee will be charged, but registration is mandatory at conferencei3@telecom-paristech.fr.







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