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Revue de Presse : 8 janvier 2024 // Press Review: 8 January, 2024

🇨🇵  6 infos cette semaine ! Voici le choix de la “rédac” StoriesOut 🙂

On prend de l’avance et on envisage 15 grandes tendances pour 2035 🔮🚀 On se demande quelle est la valeur des vinyles dans un monde numérique ? 💿💰 On encourage un programme d’accompagnement consacré aux entrepreneuses des quartiers prioritaires.👩‍💼🏙️ On résiste aux dispositifs de surveillance du travail par l’IA 👁️‍🗨️🛡️ On garde un oeil sur les relations entre les réseaux sociaux et les enfants ainsi que sur leur cadre législatif📱🛑 On vous explique tout sur le scandale de la Poste qui secoue le Royaume-Uni. 📮❓
Et on n’oublie surtout  pas de vous souhaiter une merveilleuse année 2024 ! 

🇬🇧 Here’s the StoriesOut editor’s choice of 6 news items this week!🙂

We get ahead of the curve and look forward to 15 major trends for 2035 🔮🚀 We ask, what’s the value of vinyl in a digital world? 💿💰 We encourage a support program dedicated to female entrepreneurs in priority neighborhoods. 👩‍💼🏙️ We’re resisting AI work surveillance devices 👁️‍🗨️🛡️ We’re keeping an eye on the relationship between social networks and children and their legislative framework📱🛑 We tell you all about the Post Office scandal that’s shaking the UK. 📮❓
And we don’t forget to wish you a wonderful 2024!

👉 Penser le futur : 15 grandes tendances pour 2035
👉 What’s the Value of 3 Million LPs in a Digital World?
👉 Hawa Dramé pousse l’entrepreneuriat féminin dans les banlieues
👉 ‘Constantly monitored’: the pushback against AI surveillance at work
👉 A group representing TikTok, Meta and X sues Ohio over new law limiting kids’ use of social media
👉 Post Office Horizon scandal explained: Everything you need to know

#1. Penser le futur : 15 grandes tendances pour 2035 

Olivier Girard, président d’Accenture décrypte les grandes mutations technologiques qui façonneront le monde de demain.

Avec

  • Olivier Girard président d’Accenture France et Benelux
  • Amaelle Guiton Journaliste à Libération, spécialiste des enjeux numériques.

Plusieurs séquences au sommaire de Soft Power cette semaine : en première partie d’émission, les actualités culturelles et numériques qui ont marqué la semaine ; puis un grand entretien avec Olivier Girard, président d’Accenture France (à partir de 41min. dans le podcast).

👉 Penser le futur : 15 grandes tendances pour 2035 

#2. What’s the Value of 3 Million LPs in a Digital World? 

The ARChive of Contemporary Music has one of the largest collections of vinyl records in the world and is in danger of losing its home. Its champions are making a case for the future of physical media.

Kindle libraries; troves of infinitely streamable songs on Spotify and Apple Music; scores of shows and films on Netflix, Max, and Hulu. Even the Criterion Collection is online now. Cultural archives now live on server farms, so much so that the value of physical media seems ever-shifting. While there’s some benefit to it—the ineffable experience of flipping through a book, owning DVDs of your favorite show to watch when it disappears from streaming—the logistical issues involved in preserving massive archives of these things feels astronomical. Especially now, when many shows, comics, and albums aren’t even released as Blu-rays, bound editions, or LPs.

👉 What’s the Value of 3 Million LPs in a Digital World?

#3. Hawa Dramé pousse l’entrepreneuriat féminin dans les banlieues 

FEUILLE DE ROUTE 2024 – Fondatrice de Time2Start, Hawa Dramé veut amplifier cette année son programme d’accompagnement consacré aux femmes des quartiers prioritaires. Son fonds SENS qui accorde des prêts d’honneur à taux zéro devrait également monter en régime.

« Difficultés d’accès au crédit bancaire , à l’expertise professionnelle, aux réseaux d’entrepreneurs … Ce sont les freins que rencontrent les créateurs dans les quartiers populaires. Mais ces barrières sont encore plus compliquées à franchir pour les femmes », constate Hawa Dramé, fondatrice de l’association Time2Start, qui accompagne les entrepreneurs et entrepreneuses issus de la diversité à développer et à structurer leurs activités.

👉 Hawa Dramé pousse l’entrepreneuriat féminin dans les banlieues

#4. ‘Constantly monitored’: the pushback against AI surveillance at work 

From algorithms firing staff without human intervention to software keeping tabs on bathroom breaks, technologies including artificial intelligence are already upsetting workers and unsettling workplaces.

At call centers, AI systems record and grade how workers handle calls, often giving failing grades for not sticking to the script. Some corporate software spies on workers to see whether they ever write the word “union” in their emails.

👉 ‘Constantly monitored’: the pushback against AI surveillance at work

#5. A group representing TikTok, Meta and X sues Ohio over new law limiting kids’ use of social media 

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A trade group representing TikTok, Snapchat, Meta and other major tech companies sued Ohio on Friday over a pending law that requires children to get parental consent to use social media apps.

The law was part of an $86.1 billion state budget bill that Republican Gov. Mike DeWine signed into law in July. It’s set to take effect Jan. 15. The administration pushed the measure as a way to protect children’s mental health, with Republican Lt. Gov. Jon Husted saying at the time that social media was “intentionally addictive” and harmful to kids.

The NetChoice trade group filed its lawsuit against GOP Attorney General Dave Yost in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. It seeks to block the law from taking effect.

👉 A group representing TikTok, Meta and X sues Ohio over new law limiting kids’ use of social media

#6. Post Office Horizon scandal explained: Everything you need to know 

Computer Weekly has investigated the Post Office Horizon scandal since 2008 and is, in fact, part of the story. This guide contains essential information about the scandal

After more than 20 years, what is now referred to as the Post Office Horizon scandal has become headline news. Computer Weekly has played an important part in exposing what has been described as the widest miscarriage of justice in UK history.

In 1999, the Post Office’s single shareholder, the UK government, began automating accounting processes at about 14,000 Post Office branches. This saw the introduction of a centralised computer system from supplier Fujitsu, which all branches were connected to. This system replaced traditional paper-based accounting practices.

👉 Post Office Horizon scandal explained: Everything you need to know

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