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Connected objects, the stakes for the future

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Today there are more than 10 billion connected objects. Our smartphones, glasses and homes are just a few examples of how we are now connected in our daily lives. But behind these objects that simplify our lives are also questions of security and privacy.

Here is a report by Gabriele Hess-Fernandez for the programme Ligne de Mire of the Culture Sciences des Pays de la Loire channel. From FabLabs to global industry...


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