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Armed forces are turning to generic technologies, like AI 

Lucie Liversain, PhD student at I³-CRG* at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On November 23rd, 2022
4 min reading time
π Digital π Health and biotech

Why the medical AI revolution could never happen

Joël Perez Torrents, PhD student at I³-CRG* at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On November 16th, 2022
5 min reading time

Whilst there may be a disruptive application for AI that could “revolutionise” medical care, developments in healthcare will more likely happen over decades.

π Geopolitics π Digital π Society

Ukraine: disinformation on the battleground of a hybrid war

Carole Grimaud, Expert at the Geneva Geostrategic Observatory and Lecturer in Geopolitics of Russia at Université Paul Valéry, Arnaud Mercier, Professor of Information and Communication at Institut Français de Presse (University of Paris 2 - Assas)

On November 2nd, 2022
7 min reading time

π Digital π Industry π Videos

5G and industry: is France falling behind?

Pierre-Jean Benghozi, CNRS Research Director at I³-CRG* and Professor of Digital Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris) and the University of Geneva, David Glijer, Director of Digital Transformation at ArcelorMittal

On October 18th, 2022
4 min reading time

[VIDEO] First and foremost, 5G meets the digitisation needs of "Industry 4.0", most of its applications are industrial. 

π Science and technology π Digital

Using virtual reality to boost skills in Olympic boxers

Franck Multon, Professor at Université de Rennes2 at Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires (IRISA)

On October 4th, 2022
3 min reading time

The REVEA project aims to use virtual reality (VR) for sports training and help athletes improve “sub-skills” such as speed and motor coordination.

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Remote working: overcoming preconceptions for the best of both worlds

Suzy Canivenc, Associate researcher at the "Futurs de l’Industrie et du Travail" chair (FIT²) at Mines Paris

On June 29th, 2022
5 min reading time

A large proportion of employees have developed a taste for remote working, 35% would change employer if their boss forced them to return to the office full-time.