Innovation Theory and Policy

General Informations, sping 2014

> Université Paris Est : Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, UPEM.

> Master level seminar.
Other external students whose curriculum is appropriate may attend but not validate.

> Attendance is mandatory

Seminar I : Innovation Theory & Data Science
April, may 2014

Validation
> 1/3 Final assignment
> 2/3 Project, presentation and active participation
Written work must be sent at least 24 hours before the corresponding class.

Topics :
> I) Data Science and Quantitative Analysis

Key topics : what is data ?, statistics and quantitative analysis, Model accuracy, Quanti-qualitative methodology, Information retrieval.

Refresher : advanced search & boolean operators :

> II) Loading and indexing Data
> III) Linearity and Beyond

Seminar II : Media and Communications Regulation
June 2014

Pre-requisites : The course starts with a 60 minutes refresher in legal theory (Publicity, Rebuttal, Stare decisis, etc).

Validation
> 50% exam validation
> 50% assignments
Written work must be sent at least 24 hours before the corresponding class.

May 30 General presentation, prerequisite
> Legal theory refresher
> From Regulation to policy
> Piracy in the information society, Legal and political aspects
June 5 Regulation and Innovation (am)
> What is information ?
> The Impact of Regulation on Innovation
> Network Neutrality and Telecommunications policy

Regulation and Communication I (pm)
> Media law and governance : newsgathering, mining, IP rights.
> Privacy and information security, cyberdefense.

Readings :
> Katz v. United States - 389 U.S. 347 (1967)
> European Convention on Human Rights (art. 8, art. 9 and art. 10), en français
> Gillan and Quinton v United Kingdom (ECHR)
June 13 Regulation and Communication II
> ICT Guidelines & Enforcement
> Concluding Remarks

Course Validation

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