Marseille’s surveillance war and endless AI sensitivity

Video cameras have become an accepted feature of urban life all over the world. Many cities in China are now heavily networked, and London and New Delhi are not far behind. Now France is catching up. Since 2015, the year of the Bataclan terrorist attacks, the number of cameras in Paris has quadrupled. Police used […]

Marseille’s war against surveillance state

GABRIELLE VOINOT The creepiness of increased surveillance for Nano has personal repercussions. He grew up in Albania, which vacillated between different political regimes in the 1990s. His father, a politician, opposed the party that was in power for some of that time. “It was a very difficult time for us because we were all being […]