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Where Is AI Headed in 2018?

By 8 December 2017 Digital

13 predictions by researchers and experts from around the world.

Publications like The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Fortune have all called 2017 “The Year of AI.” And with good reason.

AI outperformed professional gamers and poker players in new realms. Access to deep learning education expanded through various online programs. The speech recognition accuracy record was broken multiple times, most recently by Microsoft. And research universities and organizations like Oxford, Massachusetts General Hospital and GE’s Avitas Systems invested in deep learning supercomputers.

These are a few of many milestones in 2017. So what’s next?

We’ve gathered predictions from the world’s leading researchers and industry thought leaders.

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AI Will Become Real for Medicine

“2018 will be the year AI becomes real for medicine. We’re going to move from algorithms to products and think more about integration and validation, so that these solutions can move from concepts to real, tangible solutions for our doctors. By the end of next year, I think around half of leading healthcare systems will have adopted some form of AI within their diagnostic groups. And while a lot of this adoption will happen first in the diagnostic medical specialties, we’re seeing solutions for population health, hospital operations and a broad set of clinical specialties quickly follow behind. In 2018, we’ll begin the adoption of a technology that may truly transform the way providers work, and the way patients experience healthcare, on a global scale.” – Mark Michalski, executive director, Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Center for Clinical Data Science

Deep Learning Will Revolutionize Engineering Simulation and Design

“2018 will be the year deep learning starts a revolution in engineering simulation and design. Over the next three to five years, deep learning will accelerate product development from years to months and weeks to days to create a new paradigm of rapid innovation in product features, performance and cost.” – Marc Edgar, senior information scientist, GE Research

AI Will Be Considered Part of a “Regular” Clinical System

“AI in 2018 and in the coming years will be so embedded into our clinical systems that it will no longer be called AI but rather just a regular system. And people will ask themselves: ‘How were we able to live without these systems in the past?’” – Luciano Prevedello, M.D., M.P.H., Radiology & Neuroradiology, Ohio State University Wexler Medical Center

AI Will Be Considered a Mainstream Content Creator

“Given the rapid pace of research, I expect AI to be able to create new personalized media, such as music according to your taste. Imagine a future music service that doesn’t just play existing songs you might like, but continually generates new songs just for you.” – Jan Kautz, senior director of Visual Computing and Machine Learning Research, NVIDIA

Technology Will Continue to Adapt to AI

“AI is going to affect 25 percent of technology spend going forward. The key topic is how organizations and the human workforce will cope with the changes that AI technologies will bring.” – Nicola Morini Bianzino, managing director of Artificial Intelligence and growth & strategy lead of Technology, Accenture

Biometrics Will Replace Credit Cards and Driver’s Licenses

“Thanks to AI, the face will be the new credit card, the new driver’s license and the new barcode. Facial recognition is already completely transforming security with biometric capabilities being adopted, and seeing how tech and retail are merging, like Amazon is with Whole Foods, I can see a near future where people will no longer need to stand in line at the store.” – Georges Nahon, CEO, Orange Silicon Valley; president, Orange Institute, a global research co-laboratory

New Deep Learning Techniques Will Provide Transparency into How Data Is Processed

“Deep learning will significantly increase the quantitative content of radiology reports. There will be much fewer concerns about deep learning being a ‘black box,’ as new techniques will help us understand what DL is ‘seeing.’” – Bradley J. Erickson, M.D., Ph.D., consultant for Department of Radiology; consultant for Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Department of Health Sciences Research; associate chair of Research, Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic

AI and Deep Neural Networks Will Be Accessible on Smartphones

“Vast applications on smartphones will run deep neural networks to enable AI. Friendly robots will start to emerge as more affordable and rise as the new platform at home. They will start to bridge vision, language and speech in such a way that the users will not be conscious about the difference between these communication modalities.” – Robinson Piramuthu, chief scientist for computer vision, eBay

AI Will More Fully Integrate into Daily Life

“Robots are going to get better at complex tasks that humans still take for granted, like walking around a room and over objects. They’ll get better at mastering boring, normal things. I’m looking forward to seeing progress in NLP tasks as well, since right now we’ve got a ways to go. We’re going to see more and more products that contain some form of AI enter our lives. Waymo’s level 4 autonomous vehicles are deployed on the road now. So all this stuff that’s been tested in the lab will become more common and available. It will touch more lives.” – Chris Nicholson, CEO and co-founder,

AI Development Will Be More Diverse

“We will start seeing more and more people from all kinds of backgrounds participating in building, developing and productizing AI. Tooling and infrastructure will continue to improve and make it easier for more people to translate their data and algorithms into real-world usage. Products and apps will allow more interactive querying of the inner workings of the underlying models, with the result being increased trust and confidence in these systems, particularly in mission-critical applications. In medicine, we will see more aggregation of disparate sources of information spanning across many disciplines, rather than focusing on single-application cases, though the scope of these targeted applications will continue to expand at a feverish pace.” – George Shih, founder,; associate professor and vice chair, Informatics, Department of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medicine

AI Will Open a New Field of Research in Contemporary Astrophysics

“AI will enable the detection of an unexpected astrophysical event that emits gravitational waves, opening a new field of research in contemporary astrophysics.” – Eliu Huerta, astrophysicist and head of the gravity group, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

AI Will Translate from the Research Lab to the Patient Bedside

“AI in imaging is reaching the peak of the ‘hype curve,’ and we will begin to see AI-enabled tools translate from the research lab to the radiologist workstation and ultimately the patient bedside. The not so glamorous use cases (for example, workflow tools, quality/safety, patient triage, etc.) for AI evaluation and implementation will start grabbing the attention of developers, insurance companies, healthcare organizations and institutions. One of the biggest challenges the medical and imaging AI industry will face is the ability of regulators to keep up with the innovation that is occurring. The FDA will need to find efficient and streamlined methodologies to vet and approve algorithms that will be used to screen, detect and diagnose disease.” – Safwan Halabi, medical director of Radiology Informatics, Stanford Children’s Health, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

AI Personal Assistants Will Continue to Get Smarter

“Personal assistant AIs will keep getting smarter. As our personal assistants learn more about our daily routines, I can imagine the day I need not to worry about preparing dinner. My AI knows what I like, what I have in my pantry, which days of the week I like to cook at home, and makes sure that when I get back from work all my groceries are waiting at my doorstep, ready for me to prepare that delicious meal I had been craving.”  – Alejandro Troccoli, senior research scientist, NVIDIA

Interested in hearing more from AI innovators? Learn more about where AI is going in our original docuseries, “I am AI.” The first episode is now available here.

Article inspired by Rosie brown on Linkedin 03/12/17

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The world of digital marketing in trouble: advertisers supplanted by technologists!

By 27 October 2017 Digital

Digital is today the stake of all companies. Who says stake says strategy of survival by the growth but also stake of power in the organizations. Since the last decade, I have been watching the games of actors, of which I was part of Orange, directing the innovation communication of the operator and then at L’Oréal by creating the digital transformation position of Research and Innovation … and today by intervening in the innovation and digital transformation programs of my clients: Total, BNP Paribas, CNP Insurance, Caisse des Dépôts …

The digital function is problematic everywhere: a hybrid function that requires technical knowledge and uses while mastering the art of transformation

We see this function evolve from the IT department for which it is not a question of selling network architectures, hard, by soft skills towards the directions of the innovation or the HR if the stake is taken into account rather under the human angle and cultural change.

The trend in very large companies is to create the position of CDO, Chief Digital Officer, directly attached to the president or CEO. As a result, digital marketing is becoming a new field of ambition between CDOs, IT and marketing, just like the agency market that is reconfiguring itself.

The agencies have a good time, the need for technological expertise prevails. Thus Accenture Interactive shakes the giants of communication as “WPP”,” Omnicom” or “Publicis”. In an interview with Echos Arthur Sadoun said “Accenture is a competitor more real than Google or Facebook.”

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In 5 years Accenture, the American technology giant is one of the world leaders in digital marketing thanks to Accenture Interactive. Since 2012 it has increased from 0 to 6 billion euros of EC. This branch became the driving force of the group. As the analysis Pierre Nanterme CEO “Based on our technological expertise, we have expanded our offer to digital marketing and customer experience to become a key player with marketing managers.”

Next step ? the absorption of WPP or Publicis? pending the American giant takes care to target its recruitments to the advertising competitors (WPP, Omnicom, Publicis …) and reinforcement by additional purchases (still 1Billion declared) to strengthen the digital branch in marketing and communication expertise.

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Creativity, a key element for every step of transformation

By 16 October 2017 Mes Contributions

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Creativity in all its forms

By 16 October 2017 Développement RH

3 complementary conferences for a complete and practical training of creativity

“I have no talent but passionate curiosity.” With modesty Albert Einstein gives to understand that creativity is a game for him, a way of being. And it is true that the creative person is by passion but today for the companies creativity has become a skill, a must of the know-being … any manager must be able to carry out a transformation and thus resort to the creative potential of its teams for their adaptation. The HR manager and the manager must answer these 3 questions about creativity: “Innovation is a key competence today but how to make it accessible to all? “” Innovator profile: how to identify innovation preferences and how to operate the different profiles together? “Creativity can help solve problems: how to do it? 3 formations

1st session: Understanding creativity to adopt it and want to develop its creative potential

Formerly a domain reserved for innovation professionals, creativity has entered the company through invention to R & D and brainstorming for new products and advertising to marketing. Like Steve jobs, for whom “innovation is a burning passion”, today, innovation has become a skill that every employee must develop to improve his or her know-how and contribution to the performance of the company.

To be creative is a proof of agility, commitment, initiative … so many attitudes that may be natural for some but very unusual for others. For the former it is a flexible and friendly environment that will allow them to release in confidence the creativity they naturally have in them; for the others, it will be necessary to develop this aptitude by formations that listen attentively, to let go … and allow them to apply their favorite role at the stage of the process of innovation best suited.

2nd Session: Identify your innovator profile to identify your creative preferences and complement your development program

Different tools allow to highlight the preferences of each one. The MBTI, which through “sensation-intuition” and “judgment-perception” dichotomies to identify the profiles of innovators. For information Steve Jobs and Bill Gates would be ENTJ !.

The Foursights © method developed by Gérard Puccio of the Buffalo School where the “Brainstorming” allows to identify 4 large profiles whose ideator that characterizes the more naturally creative. Who passes this simple test in a few minutes, if he favors rather the stage of analysis of the problem, a “clarifier”, the production phase of ideas a “Ideator”; the search for a “solution”, a “developer” or the transition to “action” a “Director”.

It is also possible to combine these different preferences and the ideal is to achieve the 4 to be a complete innovator!

3rd session: Knowing how to diverge and converge to solve problems through creativity

The Creative Problem Solving (SPC) method (*) that clarifies the problem , to find ideas and to apply solutions for action, uses during these 4 stages a phase of divergence or creativity has its place and a phase of convergence to decide ideas and solutions. This alternation between “I scan solutions” and “I focus for action”

Benefit from analytical and synthesis skills where everyone can find their place. So with the creativity that makes it possible to find solutions “any problem becomes a opportunity “.

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The Inno.Bus goes for industrial innovation at Total

By 12 October 2017 Innovation

The Inno.Bus, which was inaugurated by Bernard Pinatel, the Director of the Refining-Chemicals branch of Total on October 9th, is in the process of going over the next 3,000 kilometers linking 11 French and Belgian sites. Each stage is an opportunity to share with the employees of refineries and petrochemical sites the Group’s business innovations.

For the Innovation Mission of Total’s Refining and Chemicals division, which is carrying this project during the innovation celebration of the Innodays group, the objective is to reinforce its dynamics of industrial innovation even if it already counts more 17 innovation challenges in one year, and 30,000 connections to the participative platform dedicated to employees’ ideas. The Innovation Awards, which are awarded each year for projects to improve the performance of the facilities on the basis of proposals from employees of the Branch, will be presented on the Bus.


The Inno.Bus goes for industrial innovation at Total

The Inno.Bus, which was inaugurated by Bernard Pinatel, the Director of the Refining-Chemicals branch on October 9th, is in the process of going over the next 3,000 kilometers linking 11 French and Belgian sites. Each stage is an opportunity to share with the employees of refineries and petrochemical sites the Group’s business innovations.

For the Innovation Mission of Total’s Refining and Chemicals division, which is carrying this project during the innovation celebration of the Innodays group, the objective is to reinforce its dynamics of industrial innovation even if it already counts more 17 innovation challenges in one year, and 30,000 connections to the participative platform dedicated to employees’ ideas. The Innovation Awards, which are awarded each year for projects to improve the performance of the facilities on the basis of proposals from employees of the Branch, will be presented on the Bus.

Innovations for the Factory 4.0 to be discovered in Inno.bus:

The prospective vision of the industrial professions of tomorrow, scripted in the film “L’Usine 4.0″ is concretized by demos of concrete innovations such as:

Increased operator apps that improve the working conditions and performance of operators such as the assistant inspection tours or the monitoring of valves

The “trouble shooting room”: a real-time remote assistance room to resolve incidents, instead of waiting for an expert to come and the result of his analysis of the data a posteriori if incident on a machine.

The vision in images of the Factory 4.0 or Future factory, imagined by Total’s businesses

Visiting the Antwerp refinery in virtual reality with 3D glasses, to participate in games on the culture of innovation and developing creativity


A creative and friendly spirit : Innovation Mantras and a Foodtruck

The bus is completely covered with silhouettes in the habit of operators to remind the craft and innovation mantras that play the paradoxes of any industrial innovation at the initials of the Refining Chimie (R & C): Reinvent & Build, Watch & Create, Redefine & To conquer.

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Creativity, a key for each stage of transformation

By 30 August 2017 Développement RH

“Creativity is fun intelligence” Einstein liked to say a joke … we imagine that combining intelligence and fun can only be a positive cocktail to overcome the most important tasks difficult. But transformation, whether individual or collective, is precisely one and it is a real headache for every leader. We know this rule of the 25% “early adopters”, 25% refractory and 50% who wait that the train passes to take it with everyone. Thus, for 75% of individuals, even minimal transformation, is assimilated to a risky change and is therefore negatively charged. Only 25% like things to move by having a positive a priori about what is changing. In these 3 cases, the transformation is to be approached in a different way, and it turns out that creativity is an effective key but with a differentiated purpose and use!

Eager early adopters: creativity to move forward

Those who love change are easily identified in a company. Without caricature, they generally have convictions around progress and especially on the positive side of progress. These followers of “change for change” are often in innovation functions or when they are in feudal functions volunteer to carry a project, agree to try experiments, take the risk of a pilot … You recognize them easily as a manager and they recognize each other as well, frequent and today create communities that Digital allows them via internal social networks. For those followers of change, creativity is a practice of good mental health, participating in a brainstorming is a must, imagining new solutions is second nature. On the other hand, since they are in a minority, they need to feel supported in their vision and their capacity to find solutions, to invite them to a reflection seminar upstream on the axes of the transformation plan and then to solutions of actions is a means of federating them. Easily able to project themselves, the Innovation Games type “Speed ​​Boat” or “Worst Nightmare” are perfectly indicated with them. Use their imagination and motivation through creativity and by making them “ambassadors” of your transformation program.

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The undecided: the creativity to convince them by the co-construction of solutions

Those “waiting to see how it will happen”, “waiters” or “undecided” are generally in the majority. With this population, they must first of all be convinced of the need to change: first, to help them to accept to consider the problem, the purpose of the transformation but also the urgency; Help them find solutions, and in a third time provide them with evidence of early advances to see that “it is possible”. Creativity will be able to play a role in these 3 phases: to become aware by prospective projections so that they realize the threats and the opportunities, to find solutions using the method of the Creative Problem Solving ) (*) Which clarifies, finds ideas and applies solutions to act, and finally to draw inspiration from what works elsewhere to extrapolate for their own field or profession.

Refractories: creativity to limit inertia and toxic buzz

Those who hate to leave their comfort zone and instead support the stability, the advantages gained, the “no risk taking”, will be difficult to convince … Some will leave (retired or leave the company) but for those who They will still take time … When the transformation has passed the transition phase and will begin to bear fruit in reorganization and new resources … But it may take time.  It is therefore necessary to advance without them initially and plan to embark them to limit their capacity of inertia in the system. Again creativity can help to go faster by facilitating the expression of fears and by carrying out an emotional cleansing that will allow a gentle awareness and embark everyone at his pace in the transformation movement.

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How AI will create a revolution in orientation… and hiring !

By 11 July 2017 Mes Contributions


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Energy, a source of innovation 

By 1 July 2017 Innovation

In the ever-changing era we are experiencing, if all sectors are concerned, energy is particularly engaged in change as reflected by the term “energy transition” that characterizes it. As soon as the transition begins, innovation is needed …

Innovation for all energy players… The new pioneers 

If for the pioneers of the black gold, the novelty was to discover new deposits and the innovation was geographical and geological, today the pioneers of energy are everywhere and seek to innovate all over the place.


The war on energy is played out on all fronts: new methods, new sources, new players Producers, who are the core business, continue to explore as they have always done, but are looking for new methods to produce by limiting carbon emissions. Four petroleum giants, Exxon, Shell, Total and BP Have just joined the plan to reduce carbon emissions presented a few months ago by a group of moderate American Republicans. By publishing their favorable opinion on the taxation of greenhouse gas emissions in the Wall Street Journal, they implicitly commit themselves to finding methods to produce otherwise or to find new types of energy.

Innovation for operational excellence and transformation of traditional actors 

 Innovation will therefore have to enter the established giants of energy, or develop even more strongly, as an indisputable necessity, integrated into the concept of operational excellence.

Since the crisis of 2014/15 with the price of the barrel, the spirit “problem solving” had to impose itself with all to re-examine their productivity and to function otherwise than with the means of the rich years past.

All have launched programs of change … to name but a few: Shell has stepped up its “Game Changer” extensive program of transformation through innovation BP has managed incremental innovation by focusing on shallower exploration at lower risk and Total whose innovation is part of DNA has been resolutely embarked on a transformation through innovation at all levels of the company translated by the reorganization of 2016.

From Black Gold to Green Gold… A 360 ° Innovation

Energy is an area undergoing profound change that is influenced by all the waves of transformation at the same time: environmental, of course, but also, regulatory and digital, with the arrival of NBIC (Nanotechnologies, Biotechnologies, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences).

It is played on all fronts of the company, marketing for products services but already upstream in production with industry 4.0. By prefiguring the tomorrow’s refining plant which allows the application of all forms of innovation, 360 ° innovation:

- incremental innovation or innovation that comes to improve existing products and services: ideas to improve quality, ideas to produce cheaper, ideas to produce low-carbon, ideas to produce by improving well-being at work… Type of innovation is the subject of internal challenges, operational mobilization and commitment in the implementation of projects. All energy companies have their internal systems of this type, Edf, Engie, Shell, Total… which form the basis of innovation

- radical innovation or innovation that brings change without questioning the business model; It allows to offer an additional service without compromising the existing balance; For example using a robot for drilling and releasing the workers from arduous stains; Disseminating solar energy lamps at service stations in Africa is an act of commitment in access to energy for all outside its core business while remaining within the scope of services of a station -services.

– the innovation of rupture or disruptive innovation is the innovation that rests on the creation of a use or a value different from the core business and that comes to question the existing business model; This type of innovation represents a risk for the usual revenues by proposing alternative sources of energy what the… representations are all necessary to go towards the “graal” of the clean and renewable energies.


Very dear innovation, innovation… Paid for very dearly

Renewable energies arouse interest… But it is true that their promises are enticing. Clean and abundant, they would both help  finally serve the billion people still without electricity, and cover the growing demand of emerging economies, with China leading, but without aggravating global warming.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Giec (the United Nations Climate Research Congress) are recommending that their share of world production should be jumped by 13% of the total today 48% in 2035 (IEA) and 77% in 2050 (Giec).

This will require massive investment of some $ 6 trillion to meet the IEA target by switching to clean electricity and a new generation of biofuels. And the share of public funds will be decisive: annual subsidies to the sector, currently $ 57 billion, would exceed $ 200 billion in twenty-five years.

The States are worried and question their role and energy companies will have to tap into their “treasures of war” to finance these new business.

Innovation in all its forms… Reconciling safety and creativity

To achieve this great movement of disruptive transformation, there is another area that will require investment… of the Human variety.

The field of energy, traditionally oriented towards safety for obvious reasons linked to the dangerousness of the activity, must today manage the paradox of security and creativity, allow to reconcile strict compliance with instructions and capacity of to imagine new modes of operation.

This great cultural gap is not easy and will require a significant amount of investment in the human.  

All the actors of the energy of today  will have to accomplish these adaptations, voluntarily for the most enterprising or forced by the movement for others, question their habits, their professions (40% of the today trades  should disappear by 2030), their behavior.

One of the other ways of disruption is the contribution of innovative start-ups through venture capital. Again, it will be necessary to manage “risk” and “security”… Financial, to reconcile processes of large organizations without hindering the agility of the start ups acquired.

Energy innovation programs will have to train new methods, agility, recruit new skills on new trades, integrate new skills to integrate the start-up spirit and its agility, unleash the creative spirit and His ability to imagine “out of the box” to invent the energy of tomorrow

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Startups : to boost innovation and agile culture!

By 1 July 2017 Développement RH

Examples of cooperation with HR for digital transformation

The “Circle of HR Excellence” study day devoted to innovation by the DRHM Group provided an opportunity to see how startups can help not only to do business, but also to contribute to the evolution of cultural models shaken by the digital revolution… and how the HRD can take its place in the introduction of startups in the company.  Received by the Cap Gemini teams in their Innovation Lab, the testimonials of companies and startups have been put into a situation with demonstrations of uses of artificial intelligence, holograms, printers in fab lab …


A rejuvenation for La Redoute

Augustin Chavanne (Head of Corporate Venture, LA REDOUTE) came to explain how the good old catalog, which in its day was a remarkable innovation of the French mail order with its associated service (24H chrono delivery and credit conso) is today one of the most sought-after partner for startups.

Thanks to the successful cooperation with Ulule, European leader in crowdfunding, La Redoute has become the champion of open innovation to identify and develop partnerships with startups on their launch of new products. These are win win partnerships, with no long-term commitment, but startups launching their new products are happy to benefit from the access to the 8 million unique visitors of the great VPC.

At the same time, La Redoute benefits not only from the renewal of its offer for a rejuvenating clientele but also from a cultural proximity with the 1,200 employees who must embark on the digital transformation. An exchange program has been implemented with HR, which allows 40 Talents to live in a startup in a kind of “Vis ma Vie” (a french television serie) and to all employees to benefit from direct exchanges with all startups when gathering them all at their event in Roubaix. The balance is already positive in terms of acculturation … to follow on the business side.


Managing the relationship with its ecosystem through Startup Flow

Startup Flow’s founder and managing partner, Gaëtan Bolloré, explained how the platform developed by his startup can make it easier to connect and manage the company with its entire ecosystem of innovation :

  • creating the CRM of partner startups,
  • sharing the technical expertise available abundantly in startups which themselves contribute to create novelty,
  • to establish KPIS and a test tracking framework to identify the fruitful relationships to be developed including in the interactions with the employees, which makes it possible to reveal skills hidden and identify future project promoters.

This SAAS platform has already been set up for banks, proof of its level of security. Totally configurable according to the needs of the company, HRD can therefore take part in its implementation and acculturate the HR teams with these new ways of detecting talent.

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NBIC & Health 4.0 : Innovation for the “augmented ” Human

By 1 July 2017 Digital

All sectors are today impacted by digital transformation, and the health and social sector is particularly affected. This is the subject of innovation conferences for which I am invited.

“The man who is enhanced” in the sense of the man who will see the limits of life rejected, the vanquished disease and therefore the end of death is at the heart of the prospective reflections of the health field.


The effective and massive arrival of the NBIC is accelerating the change

The first impact studies of nanotechnology against the tumor of the cancer have just been presented at the Congress of Oncology of Boston (ASCO) thanks to Nanobiotix, a French startup moreover! Biotechnologies are now entering the industrial warfare phase if we consider the 600 million invested annually announced by Sanofi. Artificial Intelligence with its ultra-sophisticated robots is revolutionizing surgery and Cognitive Science is just beginning, but already promising, with research on artificial empathy. 

The arrival of new players in the field of health

For the first time an actor outside academic research will launch a study on the health of 10,000 people. Who? Google… and all of the GAFAM (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft) is on “The Death of Death” for business and on behalf of a worldview illustrated by the current of “transhumanism”.

Patient 4.0… an impatient patient

At the same time there is a service revolution in all sectors of life and health is still one of the areas that will have to accelerate. The younger generations, Internet enthusiasts, are beginning to get into the few services that prefigure medical uberization : take his appointments, consult his analytical results… and dream of buying drugs (which is not a Buying pleasure when we have 40 fever!) On the internet. How far will regulations be able to keep up with requests for uses? 


From the myth of the “doctor” to that of “Doctor 4.0″

Today the average age of the medical staff is 54 years in France… We can indeed ask ourselves the question of “numerus clausus” to ensure the renewal and an “Order of Physicians” that dates from the Vichy regime ! To deal with the inevitable transformation of the health field, the medical professions will have to evolve… Can they escape the prediction of the 40% of trades that will disappear? Younger generations of doctors seem to be well on this path, considering at 71% the “uberization of medicine” as a progress and ready to take up the challenge of health renewal through innovation.

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