The G9+, in partnership with the Renaissance Numérique think tank, publishes a new white paper on a major topic for our society: predictive Big Data. This is the third white paper published by the digital think tank, which sheds light on trends that are profoundly transforming society, after the Internet of Things (The New Eldorados of the Connected Economy) and the future of digital businesses (2020: Where are digital businesses going?). A work that attempts to explore the subject in all its aspects through a series of expert forums and summaries of readings of books and articles published in the press.
Ahis white paper first explains why Big Data is a revolution and what technologies make it possible to make the world data. The second part is devoted to the algorithm, the conductor of the Big Data revolution. How do you build an algorithm? Are we moving towards an algorithmisation of the world? How do we think about the governance of algorithms? The third part shows how this revolution is a lever of growth in many sectors.
The G9+ is studying the upheavals that Big Data will bring to agriculture, insurance, culture, e-commerce and marketing, finance, HR and even the sports ecosystem. The authors of the white paper analyse the legal stakes of this revolution and pose the question of France in the age of Big Data. In what way should the State be an exemplary user of Big Data technologies? What are France's assets to become the European leader in Big Data and to be at the forefront of thinking about new regulation in the data age?
The white paper ends with "Six proposals to make France a driving force in the Big Data revolution" in sectors where big data will have a major influence, such as healthcare, marketing, administration, etc.
"The explosion of data generated by connected objects and human activities is leading to the rapid emergence of a new paradigm, that of the "data" of our lives and the potential for analysis of relative correlations. We have produced this white paper to understand the social impacts that will irremediably disrupt our lives, our institutions, the management and organization of companies. says Luc Bretones, Vice-President of the G9+ Institute.
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Authors: Institut G9+ under the direction of Luc Bretones, Vice-President of the Institut G9+ and Director of Renaissance Numérique. With the testimonies of :
- Thibaut Munier, Managing Director 1000mercis, Director of Renaissance Numérique
- Olivier Guérin, CEO of image & dialogue group
- Henri Isaac, University of Paris Dauphine, Vice-President of Renaissance Numérique
- Mehdi Chouiten, Senior Data Scientist at Parkeon
- Marc Mossé, Director of Legal and Public Affairs at Microsoft
- Jean-François Vermont, Chairman of the Board of Beconect, Treasurer of the G9+.
About the G9+ Institute
Today, the G9+ Institute brings together 20 alumni communities from all backgrounds (engineering schools, management, political science, universities) and represents 50,000 digital professionals. Major private and public players and relevant centres of expertise are naturally part of its environment. Its ambition is to be a reference think-tank in this sector. Its meetings and debates, some thirty per year, address without concession all the technological, economic and societal aspects of the sector. Special initiatives (conference cycles, white papers, annual meetings) complete a catalogue open to all.
For more information: www.g9plus.org
About Digital Renaissance
Digital Renaissance is the think tank of the digital society. It brings together major French and multinational Internet companies, entrepreneurs, academics and representatives of civil society to participate in defining a new economic, social and political model resulting from the digital revolution.
It now has more than fifty members and more than 250 territorial delegates who bring digital thinking to life throughout the territory and among elected officials. It is chaired by Guillaume Buffet. www.renaissancenumerique.org