Thierry Berthier, Scientific director of the european professional federation for security drones
Accessible, inexpensive, and highly adaptable... Drones are being used more and more for civilian applications.
Raul Sampognaro, economist in the analysis and forecasting department of the OFCE
María Eugenia Sanin, Lecturer in economics at Université Paris Saclay and coordinator of the Sectoral Policies group at the Energy and Prosperity Chair., Olivier Perrin, Partner in the energy, resources and industry sector at Deloitte
Carole Grimaud, Expert at the Geneva Geostrategic Observatory and Lecturer in Geopolitics of Russia at Université Pa..., Arnaud Mercier, Professor of Information and Communication at Institut Français de Presse (University of Paris 2 - A...
Andreas Krieg, Senior lecturer at King's College London and research associate at the Institute of Middle Eastern S...
Jérôme Clech, Research engineer at ESDR3C (CNAM) and Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris
Manuela Dupré, Master's student in "Economics for Smart Cities and Climate Policy" at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris), Patricia Crifo, Professor of Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Researcher at CREST (CNRS) and Associate Researcher at CIRANO
Patricia Crifo, Professor of Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Researcher at CREST (CNRS) and Associate Researcher at CIRANO, Maxime Elkington, Masters student in "Economics for smart cities and climate policy" at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)
While global demand for water is increasing, available freshwater resources are diminishing, exacerbating tensions.
María Eugenia Sanin, Lecturer in economics at Université Paris Saclay and coordinator of the Sectoral Policies group at the Energy and Prosperity Chair.
Janine Berg, Economist with the International Labour Organisation (UN)
ILO economists have predicted that AI could transform 10-13% of professions worldwide.Society Health and biotech Geopolitics
Franck Ramus, Director of research at CNRS and head of the "Cognitive Development and Pathology" team at Cognitive Sciences and Psycholinguistics Laboratory at Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris
A recent theory suggests a decline in intelligence in several countries. But this theory does not meet with consensus in the scientific community.
Catherine Chevauché, chair of the ISO Circular Economy Technical Committee