Artificial intelligence

The radical anti-humanism of Artificial Intelligence

Not a day goes by without mentioning Artificial Intelligence, the great evil or the great good of the century. A threat to humanity, a consubstantial engine of economic growth, a liberticidal monster, an exterminator of humanity or an omnipotent benefactor, designed to help us, to increase us but also to watch over us in order to perhaps subdue us or make us

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urbanism

A Knowledge Centre for Innovation in Saint-Etienne

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A Manufacture (of weapons), a plain (Achilles), a factory (of innovation), laboratories (of innovative uses and practices), a large factory (creative), platforms (technological), hotels (with project), a village (by CA), a centre (of Knowledge for Innovation), a concierge, incubators, accelerators...and even a Mixer! It all starts

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mobility

New cycling plan: The little queen in the spotlight in Angers

In the wake of an exceptional mobilization for the climate, the government unveils its national plan dedicated to the promotion of bicycle use (see below the Prime Minister's speech). For the associations of the Climate Action Network (FNH, FNE, WWF, FUB, FNAUT, Greenpeace, etc.), this is a step forward, but the resources made available are not sufficient.

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health avatar

Health and digital at the crossroads of worlds: What if a virtual avatar could heal oneself?

 At a time when digital technology is shaking up the world of healthcare, researchers, engineers and companies are working together in Nantes on joint projects to design concrete solutions resulting from digital developments. One of their projects, a thought-driven avatar, is creating real opportunities to improve the quality of life for patients.

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blockchain

Blockchain: disruptive innovation or uncontrollable risk?

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France Stratégie, the General Commission for Strategy and Foresight reporting to the Prime Minister, has just published a timely report on the issue of the blockade. This technology promises programmable transactions without the intervention of a trusted third party. The disruptive potential of such an innovation calls, according to the authors of the

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