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Conversation pour l’éternité : Grand Témoin, hologramme et IA

Abstract : This research focuses on a new form of mediatization of testimonials. The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center (Skokie, United States) offers a "holographic theater" in which a surviving Holocaust witness can be interviewed. In this theater, everything happens as if the Great Witness were there in person, interviewed by a facilitator to answer questions from visitors. But the Great Witness is not there, only a recorded holographic projection appears with which visitors can converse. How can a program and an algorithm replace a human presence? Interviews with visitors are carried out in stimulated recall and allow us to understand the dynamics of an exceptional experience.
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Virginie Blondeau, Olivier Aubert, Antoine Tardif, Marine Thébault, Daniel Schmitt. Conversation pour l’éternité : Grand Témoin, hologramme et IA. Revue des Interactions Humaines Médiatisées (RIHM) = Journal of Human Mediated Interactions, Europia, 2019, 20 (2), pp.1-31. ⟨hal-02559637⟩

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