“Artificial intelligence could be The most important event of history
of our civiLization “. N ° 210 – July / August 2018
Pronounced by the astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, this phrase challenges and, like any subject of innovation, raises his lot of hopes and fears. Artificial intelligence
(IA) is at the heart of current technological, economic and social debates. Again
recently publicized through the Villani reports and the academy of technologies,
the IA is without a doubt the most prominent digital theme because it is about to
profoundly modify many areas of activity.
For the general public, IA (invisible digital object) and robotics (palpable physical object)
are intimately linked. The robots have thus become the ideal allegory of
Artificial Intelligence They give the impression of becoming “intelligent”
as soon as their designer integrates high-level algorithms. interest
to AI and robots is to understand the issues and fantasies they
transport, from work to health through economics and religion.

This is the typical example where modern innovation confronts society.
We wished to give the floor to experts in the field, so that they
explain their daily lives, the problems they confront each other, while we
offering their critical point of view far from the sensational media.The Man-Robot Relation at the heart of the reflexion
Interview with Véronique AUbERGÉ, researcher at the Université Grenoble Alpes.
his work focuses on social robotics and the place of the emotional in the relationship
Human-robot. during this fascinating discussion, she gives us several elements
reflection at the crossroads of technology and the human and social sciences.
“Since we do not understand how the human works, we are going to
model. “It is in this idea that the artificial intelligence is born.
effect to scientific modeling of a phenomenon that is not necessarily calculable,
namely human intelligence. Véronique Aubergé explains us how to make intelligence
artifical is “to make calculable something that is not and therefore reduce the world”.
If the physical sciences are two thousand years old, the artificial intelligence is barely sixty, and the human sciences like psychology a few hundred. We are

so today in the infancy of artificial intelligence.