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Les Safra'Numériques - Digital arts and new technologies: enter the 4th dimension

For the past four years, the Safra'Numériques festival has been pursuing its immersive and playful exploration of the multiple forms of digital art: video, animation, performances, sculpture, 3D printing, mapping, robotics, artificial intelligence, etc. This 4th edition will take place from 19th to 23rd March at the Safran in Amiens, a convention venue in the northern district,

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Robot at l'hospital

Robotics, genomics, nano: medicine is changing and no longer has anything to do with what it used to be.

Medicine is changing the landscape. It seems far away this image of the good doctor listening to his patients. Today's doctors have the means to radically change their practice. Genome exploration, predictive medicine, precision medicine, digital avatars, nano-objects, exploration and intervention robots... The doctors of the future, who we can see

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Robotics: the great confusion

The proliferation of software packages, fads and the absence of standards are creating a joyful confusion about digital in general and about tools such as RPA (Robotic Process Automation) or Artificial Intelligence in particular. It is not always easy to apprehend the service really covered by these new softwares.

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robotic farmer

Do robotic farmers have a future?

The agricultural sector is today facing a thorny paradox: maintaining or even increasing its production levels while reducing the impact of its activities on the environment. Robotics would be one solution. This paradox is compounded by the economic constraints that weigh on farmers and the arduousness of a demanding profession, exposing

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grown man

The Augmented Man, a fantasy come true...

The emergence of new technologies and the progress made in many fields (digital, robotics, medicine...) have revolutionized our daily life and the way we look at the evolution of humanity in just a few years. What will we look like in the future? What are the limits? Answers at the France Culture conference

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Super You

Super you by Andy Walker, Kay Svela Walker, Sean Carruthers - QUE Publishing - 2016 Changing your genes to live without disease, finding a parking space with your brain connected to the Internet, ... Advances in longevity, genetics, nanotechnology and robotics make it all possible.

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Cybathlon

Cybathlon: the first bionic sports competition

A race of exoskeletons, a bionic arm event and a thought-driven avatar challenge. Here is the program of the Cybathlon which fascinates and could make you believe in a science fiction movie. On October 8, 2016, Zurich will host the first sports competition using bionic equipment: the Cybathlon. Reserved

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Aldebaran goes under Japanese flag

The French nugget Aldebaran, which is well known in the field of robotics, has been bought by the Japanese group SoftBank. This is the end of a beautiful French story that started in 2005. Aldebaran, which immediately established itself in the middle of the robotics giants by giving birth to its

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