International colloquium - Digital democracy: promises and illusions

  • Research
Published on April 12, 2024 Updated on April 12, 2024

from April 15, 2024 to April 17, 2024


Campus Saint Jean d'Angely, Online

Room 301 and on Zoom

CRHI, Chaire Éthique et IA (MIAI-Grenoble), Université Grenoble Alpes, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Université Côte d’Azur

A stable and peaceful society is based on a solid and strong democracy. The democratic model is the future of any society that respects human rights. New information and communication technologies and the still poorly regulated advances in Artificial Intelligence have impacted not only all human activity, but have also contributed to reshaping the relationship with politics, citizen participation, political communication and politics. national and international. Digital democracy (or electronic, cyber, digital) is a political-social phenomenon which began to emerge around fifteen years ago in very diverse national contexts. Today, it is a tool that is used mainly for electoral expression intended for a fairly small number of citizens. The purpose of this international conference is to question the phenomenon of electronic democracy not only from an instrumental point of view (e-voting tool), but to question the conditions of possibility and possible limits.
The International Conference on Digital Democracy is a hybrid conference with both in person (in Nice) and live online participation with Zoom. The conference uses the Central European Time (CET).

Registration is free and compulsory. Please register by sending an email to

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Scientific Committee
  • Paolo Bellini, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria (Italie)
  • Thierry Ménissier, Chaire Éthique et IA (MIAI-Grenoble) (France)
  • Valentina Tirloni, Université Côte d’Azur, Nice (France)