technology

oceans and data

Social networks to help the world's oceans

Ocean ecosystems are in decline. In a new report published at the end of April in the Journal of Marine Sciences of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), marine conservationists and data professionals from IBM reveal new ways in which technology and networks

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national sovereignty

Digital: The end of the nation-state?

The shift of sovereignty from public services to meta-platforms is one of the issues that has been of great concern in recent months; although this issue is sometimes raised in the media, it seems to be perceived as less than real, as the loss of sovereignty is constant and ongoing. In a series

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robotics

Conor Walsh or the Walk of the Robots

By combining technical textiles and robotics, Irish biomedical engineer Conor Walsh and his team of specialists at the Harvard Biodesign Lab are revolutionizing the rehabilitation of stroke patients with Exosuit. This is not a replacement for existing rehabilitation methods; this new tool is not a replacement for existing rehabilitation methods.

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breakthrough innovation

When breakthrough innovations take hold at the heart of the company

A technological halo surrounds us. There is not a sector of activity, not a company, not a corporate function, that is not being transformed today by profound technological changes. Whereas these changes used to mainly concern the supply side and the production system of companies, they now have a very significant impact on the way companies operate.

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Academy of Technology

How does society appropriate technology?

In a report just published, the Academy of Technology explores the complex relationship between man and his technical objects. Based on numerous examples that are part of our daily lives (high-speed trains, GMOs, vaccination, etc.), it offers food for thought on the genesis of technical objects and the conditions for their use.

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But what progress do we want?

The industrial world is on trial. Farm of a Thousand Cows, rejected by hundreds of activists, some of whom are appearing today for having dismantled the milking parlour. Sivens Dam, whose opponents are in mourning after the death of one of them, Rémi Fraisse, victim of clashes with the police,

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