Digital or online learning has become a “buzzword” and a trend which most businesses have started to (try to) adopt. Digital learning appears to be “the perfect match” to our digital work life. However, we’ve asked ourselves: Is it really that simple? And if not, where is the catch? Continue reading
A digital world
We live in an increasingly digital world, with more video views on YouTube than Google searches in a day, 3 billion people connected to the Internet, 2 billion smartphones and 1.5 billion Facebook users. And growing – by 2020, 4 billion people will access the Internet through their smartphones! Continue reading
How do we make the concept of smart cities a reality? Faced with a real profusion of ideas, applications, products and technologies, one might think that the connected city is making progress. Achievements are growing in number, however this does not mean that any real global projects are underlying them. It is necessary to create projects that are compatible with the notion of “local genetics”. Continue reading
Despite the intense debate about digital on social media there appears to be limited insight about the practical, tangible application of these new ways of working and technology on our personal working lives
Copyright – The Washington Post – September 16 2015 – By Dominic Basulto
Over the weekend, Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt (you probably know him better as Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt) wrote an op-ed on artificial intelligence for the BBC. While he does a good job of describing ways artificial intelligence will drive forward some key consumer segments (specifically, music and travel), he doesn’t go far enough in developing some truly breakthrough ideas about where AI’s headed.
The approach consists of rethinking an area, a city or, a district by complementing the social, urban planning and political vision with a digital vision.
The smart city is a topic that is simultaneously inspiring, enchanting and scary.
The smart city deals with global issues: environment, urban investment, bread and butter issues which affect each and every one of us. Continue reading
Copyright – The Washington Post – September 16 2015 – By Caitlin Dewey
Facebook is finally working on a feature that users have wanted for years: a “dislike” button that will let us react to posts that aren’t strictly positive. Continue reading
Now firmly entrenched in the digital era, companies and administrations in France have become aware that cybersecurity is henceforth a strategic concern. It is now obvious that, security is a general concern and cyberattacks do not only happen to other people. The multiplicity of uses (smartphones, tablets, etc.), social networks, cloud computing, and IT consumerization are a clear call not only to heads of IT services, but also to company management on the need to lead an effective cybersecurity policy to counter threats. Continue reading