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Monday, May 5 • 14:45 - 15:55
The Sharing Economy: Tensions and Controversies

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This session will focus on the controversies of the digital and sharing transformation, such as the impact of the collaborative economy and platforms on traditional industries, labor and social contracts.

2:45 | Nicolas Colin
3:00 | Trebor Scholz:The Organization of Digital Work, Next Steps for Crowdsourcing
3:15 | Louis-David Benyayer: Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?
3:30 | Q&A with speakers and Rachel Botsman

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  • Trebor Scholz:The Organization of Digital Work, Next Steps for Crowdsourcing


This session will focus on the controversies of the digital and sharing transformation, such as the impact of the collaborative economy and platforms on traditional industries, labor and social contracts.


  • Louis-David Benyayer: Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?


As OuiShare Fest teaser puts it: "communities are transforming cities, organizations and civic action everywhere in the world". As this transformations prove to grow bigger every day, questions about their consequences arise. What are their meaning and direction? What relationships between individuals and corporations do communities allow for? Who governs them and how is value created allocated? More widely, we should now seriously question the new balances being established between empowerment and exploitation.
 

Moderators
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Diana Filippova

OuiShare Fest Program Chair | Writer | Activist, OuiShare
I am a writer, strategic advisor and activist working on creating new models, values and practices for our common future. Deeply engaged in helping change the way we work, interact, innovate, create and govern, I aim at bringing autonomy, fairness, political participation and progress back into our systems. | | As OuiShare pioneer and Connector, I help businesses, communities, institutions and individuals to take advantage of collaborative... Read More →

Speakers
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Trebor Scholz @trebors

Associate Professor, The New School
Trebor Scholz is an artist, writer, and conference organizer and the chair of the conference series The Politics of Digital Culture at The New School. He is the author of a forthcoming monograph on digital labor. He is also the author, with Laura Y. Liu, of From Mobile Playgrounds to Sweatshop City (2011). Mr. Scholz is the editor of Learning Through Digital Media and Digital Labor: The Interbet As Playground And Factory (Routledge, 2013). He... Read More →
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Louis-David Benyayer

Forwarder, Without Model
Passionate about innovation, strategy, #bmgen & entrepreneurship. Strategy researcher @ ESCP Europe Chaire Entrepreneuriat and @ICD. Co-founder of Without Model
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Rachel Botsman

Co-Founder, Collaborative Lab
Rachel Botsman is a global thought leader on the power of collaboration and sharing through digital technologies to transform the way we live, work and consume. She has inspired a new consumer economy with her influential book What's Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption Is Changing The Way We Live and is the co-founder ot the Collaborative Lab.
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Nicolas Colin

Founder and Partner, The Family
Nicolas Colin is Co-founder & Partner at TheFamily startup accelerator, and Commissioner of the French National Commission on Technology and Liberty (nominated by Claude Bartolone, Speaker of the Assemblée nationale). Formerly in charge of a report commissionned by the French Government about the tax system and the digital economy. As such, ranked in the top ten of the #GlobalTax50 in 2013. | | Nicolas is also co-author, with... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 14:45 - 15:55
01 The Circus

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