Journalism

Oriane Morriet is a cultural journalist highly specialized in digital arts and new media, as well as occasionally covering cinema, theater, dance and contemporary art. She is closely collaborating with the Quebecois online magazines Qui fait Quoi and Le Lien MULTIMÉDIA. She is especially interested in virtual reality, artificial intelligence and new technologies.

Interviews

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Oriane enjoys interviewing artists, officials and representatives about their activities. She writes in-depth articles about her interviews.

Important interviews:

  • Mehdi Benboubakeur, General Manager of the Printemps numérique 

  • Interview with Audrey Tang, Digital Minister of Taiwan

Events

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Oriane travels worldwide to attend major events reporting on lectures, keynotes, panels and workshops. Her coverage focuses on digital-related events.

Important events:

  • World Summit AI Americas, online

  • Stereopsia - International forum dedicated to 3D, XR, AI in Brussels, Belgium

  • MTL connect: Digital Week -
    International forum dedicated to digital technologies in Montreal, Canada

Panels & Workshops

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Oriane has organized and moderated several panels and workshops in Montréal, Canada. She brings people together to discuss the contemporary challenges of new technologies : VR, AI, Block chain, etc.

Activities:

  • CRIM's 35th anniversary ceremony in Montréal (May, 2021)

  • QC/CA XR’s workshop in Montréal, Canada (November, 2019)

  • Centre Phi's 5@Tech panel in Montréal, Canada (October, 2019)

Podcast

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Oriane hosts the Humaniteq podcast on cultural, entrepreneurship and technological matters. She interviews researchers, artists and entrepreneurs to share their knowledge with her audience.

Available series of the podcast on the Humaniteq:

  • Series AI & Humanity

  • Series AI & Ecology

  • Balado AI & Health (in collaboration with the École de l'intelligence artificielle of the Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal)