A monthly news program dedicated to investigative reporting and eyewitness accounts that examine the critical issues of today. Find out the story behind pressing issues from a Francophone perspective.

In 2018, TV5MONDE teamed up with RTBF, RTS, Radio-Canada, and France Télévisions to create Objectif Monde—a news documentary service that brings you objective, research-based news from around the world.

This monthly show comes with English subtitles for French language-learners and others who are interested in news from a Francophone perspective.

About Objectif Monde

Genre: News Show

Presented by: Dominique Laresche

Country: France, Canada

Year: 2018 - present

Length: 93 minutes

Subtitles: English

Varied Topics from Robots to Climate Change

No topic is taboo on this fascinating news documentary series, with our committed journalists seeking out eyewitness accounts on issues such as:

Recent development in artificial intelligence
The latest news on the sixth wave of mass animal extinction
Up-to-date climate change news from the World Meteorological Organization
Donald Trump’s political tour in the heart of the United States

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Subtitles: en
Episode 5 May, 27 2020 08:57 pm
How artificial intelligence is going to revolutionise our lives More and more machines are endowed with an intelligence that imitates that of man. They learn, express emotions and even replace humans for numerous tasks. Synonymous with progress, AI is also going to eliminate jobs and revolutionise our lives. What rules should be implemented? Investigation and debate. Guests: Rodolphe Gelin, French designer of the humanoid robot Pepper, director of research-innovation and executive vice-president of SoftBank Robotics; Axelle Lemaire, French-Canadian lawyer, former French minister for digital affairs (from Montreal). Presented by: Dominique Laresche.
May, 30 2020 03:56 am