Can we really regulate web giants?

With Pierre-Jean Benghozi, CNRS Research Director, Professor at Institut Polytechnique de Paris

On March 8th, 2021 4 mins reading time
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Full recovery from Covid-19 economic crisis in 2023

With Patrick Artus, Professor of economics at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and head economist at Natixis.

On February 22nd, 2021 5 mins reading time

States and businesses: the race for quantum computers

With Landry Bretheau, Assistant Professor in quantum physics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On March 3rd, 2021 4 mins reading time

The French government just pledged to invest €1.8 billion into quantum physics research. Why such interest? What will this money be used for?

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Étienne Minvielle

“Hospitals must retain the agility acquired during the crisis”

With Etienne Minvielle, CNRS Research director and Professor in management science at EHESS/École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On February 28th, 2021 4 mins reading time
Juliette Lambin

Scouring Mars for answers to life on Earth

With Juliette Lambin, Head of scientific programs at the National Center for Space Studies (CNES)

On February 18th, 2021 4 mins reading time

Using algorithms to imagine a future world for Uber’s air taxis

With Claudia D'Ambrosio, Holder of the chair "Integrated Urban Mobility" at École polytechnique (IP Paris)

On February 25th, 2021 3 mins reading time

Uber is planning a fleet of electric aircraft for 2023. Claudia d'Ambrosio uses algorithms to anticipate the needs of cities prior to their launch.

Arnaud Fontanet

“No normality without mass vaccination”

With Arnaud Fontanet, Medical epidemiologist, Professor at Institut Pasteur, and Lecturer at CNAM

On February 2nd, 2021 4 mins reading time

GameStop: a deceptive victory over Wall Street?

With Nicolas Mottis, Professor of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship at École polytechnique (IP Paris)

On February 17th, 2021 4 mins reading time

GameStop's share price has been the subject of massive speculation by individual shareholders, who seem to have won against Wall Street giants. But is this really the case?

Julie Josse

Intensive care: an app that saved lives

With Julie Josse, Researcher in statistics at Inria and lecturer at the Institut Polytechnique de Paris

On January 24th, 2021 3 mins reading time
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