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Jacques Grégoire
π Neuroscience π Society

IQ: can intelligence really be measured?

Jacques Grégoire, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Louvain

On May 22nd, 2024
5 min reading time
π Society π Science and technology

Are we moving towards global regulation of AI?

Henri Verdier, Ambassador for the Digital Sector and founding member of the Cap Digital competitiveness cluster

On May 14th, 2024
5 min reading time

AI is a technology with innumerable promises, but its use presents a number of pitfalls that need to be monitored.

π Health and biotech π Society

“Sport brings as much to science as science brings to sport”

Vincent Nougier, Professor at Grenoble Alpes University and former Head of the CNRS Sport & Activité Physique research group

On April 30th, 2024
5 min reading time

Sport studies help to optimize performance or understand the physical characteristics of the terrestrial world.

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Myths and facts about hypersensitivity

Jimmy Bordarie, Lecturer in Social Psychology at Université de Tours, Colette Aguerre, Lecturer in Clinical Psychopathology at Université Tours

On April 30th, 2024
4 min reading time

Hypersensitivity can be characterized by a low sensory threshold, the effects of which vary greatly from person to person.

Estelle Peyrard
π Society π Industry

Gender, disability, seniors: inclusive innovation finds its place in business

Estelle Peyrard, Research Associate at Institut Interdisciplinaire de l'Innovation at l'École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On April 23rd, 2024
4 min reading time
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Has the mental health of young people really deteriorated?

Guillaume Bronsard, Child and adolescent psychiatrist at Université de Bretagne Occidentale

On April 16th, 2024
4 min reading time

The idea of a general deterioration in young people's mental health actually reflects a better understanding of these disorders.