Guillaume Slizewicz is a French designer working at Urban Species, an interdisciplinary research group focusing on citizen participation in the city of Brussels. His research is at the crossroad of social sciences and design. Having completed Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Kent in Canterbury and Sciences-po Lille, he specialized in Product development and design at KEA Copenhagen School of Design and Technology. He is interested in the interstices offered by electronic objects in the urban spaces, the unexpected behavior that glitches provoke and the surprise created by misused hardware systems and hijacked algorithms. He is a member of Algolit, a workgroup around FLOSS-literature, free code and texts, recently focusing more on machine learning and AI.