Kim Sacks


Researcher and teacher at Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris 1, PhD in Art, specialized in Media & Technology. My research focuses on the intricate relation of crowds and coercion, particularly the technical and technological aspects of crowd behavior. I also work as a programmer/designer and adviser for the development of services. As both a professional and an academic, my work tends to favor the theoretical implications of misunderstood technical aspects of digital culture leading to crowd manipulation. I am also a FOSS advocate.

Kim Sacks's events:

Identifying digital coercion - the means of re-decentralization