Category Archives: Power

Radiography of an AI

The antic Military Industrial Complex (MIC) has moved into the cloud and colonized every spaces of the beyond, from waters to skies, with wireless and waves technologies that they call “emergent” or “transformative”. Thus the AI industry is now almost … Continue reading

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What is a transformative design research framework?

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A modern disease : the social impact of the criminalization of women thinking

The Social Impact of the Criminalization of Women’s Thinking : Investigative journalists, critical academics, female activists, intellectuals and political leaders under a hail of bullets This analysis based on the observation of the systemic and structural violence against women generated … Continue reading

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Societies of desinformation : how narratives of financial corruption serving US sovereignity might ruin the world

[PART 3] The narratives of financial corruption and money laundering spread by powerful networks as Palantir for the account of corrupted states build the infrastructure of a corrupted economy that might be questionned and challenged for maintaining centralized relations of … Continue reading

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Escaping the internet in hard times

  With the increase of automated decision-making and technocratic procedures, the WWW – or KKK? – has become a place of nightmare and madness for the most vulnerable and underrepresented communities due to the concentration of power into the hands … Continue reading

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The reconfiguration of the internet and the threat to net neutrality

The end of net neutrality and the privatization of the free internet by tech giants is driving society to collapse. For years, the market of technology has been dominated by tech mastodontes as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Apple or Airbnb and … Continue reading

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Why leaders transparency matter ? The case of WIKILEAKS blurring the frequency

[PART 2] READ [PART 1] The case of Wikileaks screwing up with transparency by blurring the frequency in the aftermath of America’s elections and other comments about tech scene in 2016. Wikileaks helped us to get quite an insight at … Continue reading

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Counter-mapping attackers and organized crime in Canada, US and Europe

Mapping patterns for surveillance and criminalization of targeted individuals in public institutions During the time I was a precarious PhD sholar in academia (2007-2013), I observed how policies of criminalization and victimization are being instrumentalized against targeted individuals by the … Continue reading

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Corporatism and liberalism as a threat for the future of knowledge and humanity

[PART 1] READ [PART 2] Corporatism and liberalism as a threat for the future of knowledge and humanity under the Clintons governance The origins Hi, My name is Julie and I am a critical researcher. I believe in open culture … Continue reading

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