Éric Sadin is a writer and philosopher whose work deals with the relations between arts, language, and new technologies. From 1999 to 2003 he was editor-in-chief of the journal éc/artS (Artistic Practices & New Technologies). Sadin has published theoretical and poetic texts in more than fifteen journals and is the author of several books, including a trilogy exploring the contemporary state of our relationship to digital technologies. He is a regular speaker at Sciences Po Paris and has had many speaking and teaching positions at universities and research centers worldwide. His most recent publications are La Vie algorithmique: Critique de la raison numérique (2015), the critically acclaimed La silicolonisation du monde: L’irrésistible expansion du libéralisme numérique (2016), and the essay L’Intelligence artificielle ou l’enjeu du siècle (2018).
As of January 2019