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** [http://www.ladeleuziana.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Rouvroy2.pdf "La governamentalità algoritmica: radicalizzazione e strategia immunitaria del capitalismo e del neoliberalismo?"], trans. Paolo Vignola, ''La Deleuziana'' 3: "Life and Number", 2016, pp 30-36. {{it}}
 
** [http://www.ladeleuziana.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Rouvroy2.pdf "La governamentalità algoritmica: radicalizzazione e strategia immunitaria del capitalismo e del neoliberalismo?"], trans. Paolo Vignola, ''La Deleuziana'' 3: "Life and Number", 2016, pp 30-36. {{it}}
 
* [http://works.bepress.com/antoinette_rouvroy/ more]
 
* [http://works.bepress.com/antoinette_rouvroy/ more]
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==Interviews==
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* [https://www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/la-gouvernementalite-algorithmique-et-la-mort-du-politique/ "La gouvernementalité algorithmique et la mort du politique"], ''Green European Journal'', 27 Mar 2020. {{fr}}
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** [https://www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/algorithmic-governmentality-and-the-death-of-politics/ "Algorithmic Governmentality and the Death of Politics"], ''Green European Journal'', 27 Mar 2020. {{en}}
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** [https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/fmc/article/view/36223 "Entrevista com Antoinette Rouvroy: Governamentalidade Algorítmica e a Morte da Política"], trans. Maria Cecília Pedreira de Almeida and Marco Antonio Sousa Alves, ''Revista de Filosofia Moderna e Contemporânea'' 8(3): "O Governo dos Algoritmos: A Morte da Política?", Jan 2021, pp 15-28. {{br-pt}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:13, 10 March 2021

Doc­tor of Laws of the Eu­ro­pean Uni­ver­si­ty In­sti­tu­te (Flo­rence), Antoinette Rouvroy is per­ma­nent re­se­arch as­so­cia­te at the Bel­gi­an Na­tio­nal Fund for Sci­en­ti­fic Re­se­arch (FNRS) and se­ni­or re­se­ar­cher at the Re­se­arch Cent­re In­for­ma­ti­on, Law and So­cie­ty, Law Fa­cul­ty, Uni­ver­si­ty of Na­mur (Bel­gi­um). She is also mem­ber of the French CNIL (Com­mis­si­on In­for­ma­tique et Li­bertés)’s Fo­re­sight com­mit­tee. She aut­ho­red Hu­man Ge­nes and Neo­li­be­ral Go­ver­nan­ce: A Fou­caul­di­an Cri­tique (Rout­ledge-Ca­ven­dish, 2008) and co-edi­ted, with Mi­reil­le Hil­de­brandt, Law, Hu­man Agen­cy and Au­to­no­mic Com­pu­ting: Phi­lo­so­phers of Law meet Phi­lo­so­phers of Tech­no­lo­gy (Rout­ledge, 2011). In her wri­tings, she has ad­dres­sed, among other things, is­su­es of pri­va­cy, data pro­tec­tion, non-dis­cri­mi­na­ti­on, equa­li­ty of op­por­tu­nities, due pro­cess in the con­text of “data-rich” en­vi­ron­ments (the so-cal­led ge­ne­tic re­vo­lu­ti­on, the so-cal­led in­for­ma­ti­on/​sur­veil­lan­ce so­cie­ty) with an ap­proach com­bi­ning le­gal and po­li­ti­cal phi­lo­so­phy. Her cur­rent in­ter­di­sci­pli­na­ry re­se­arch in­te­rests re­vol­ve around the con­cept of al­go­rith­mic go­vern­men­ta­li­ty. Un­der this fou­caul­di­an neo­lo­gism, she ex­plo­res the se­mio­tic-epis­te­mic, po­li­ti­cal, le­gal and phi­lo­so­phi­cal im­pli­ca­ti­ons of the com­pu­ta­tio­nal turn (Big Data, al­go­rith­mic pro­filing, in­dus­tri­al per­so­na­liza­t­i­on). She ex­plo­res the im­pact of al­go­rith­mic go­vern­men­ta­li­ty on our mo­des of pro­duc­tion of what counts and ac­counts for “rea­li­ty”, on our mo­des of go­vern­ment, and on the mo­da­li­ties of cri­tique, re­sis­tan­ce or re­cal­citran­ce.

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