BLACK BOXES (noun) In science, computing, and engineering, a black box is a device, system or object which can be viewed in terms of its inputs and outputs, without any knowledge of its internal workings. Almost anything might be referred to as a black box: a transistor, an algorithm, or the human brain… [version française]



Case studies:
[1] OK GOOGLE

[2] FACEBOOK ADS CATEGORIES

[3] FACEBOOK ADS STATISTICS

[4] BEAUTY APPS

[5] SMARTPHONE METADATA

[6] BLOCKCHAIN



BLACK BOXES is the output from the seminar led by DISNOVATION.ORG at l'UCL Louvain-La-Neuve in 2018. The works above were developped by the participating students (Aïda Bennafla, Madeleine Blondiau, Elie Bok, Alessandro Cierro, Arnaud Claes, Juliette Clarinval, Juliette Delgrange, Frederic Doisy, Amandine Folie, Robin Guerit, Romain Javaux, Yohan Lambay, Gwenael Laurent, Alex Mattenet, Elisa Thomas, Amandine Weykamp), facilitated by Jacques Urbanska, Transcultures and programmed by Franck Soudan.