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Studies: « Digital Sovereignty »

Just how omnipotent will GAFA become in terms of accessing and processing our personal data? The convenience of voluntary servitude comes at a price – the exposure of our habits, purchasing and health. Since the Wikileaks revelations, the commodity of data has become a resource coveted and envied by governments and companies. A new ecosystem […]

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Studies: « The blockchain, or distributed trust »

The greatest innovations result from new technological advances coinciding with a favourable sociological context that can transform these technologies into uses. In this sense, the blockchain is the product of, on the one hand, the convergence of asymmetric cryptography and distributed systems and, on the other hand, an opportune sociological climate.

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Studies: « Economy of Knowledge »

Imagine an economy whose main resource is infinite. Imagine an economy endowed with an intrinsic form of justice, an economy that facilitates and rewards sharing, an economy where the unemployed boast greater purchasing power than those in work, an economy where 1 and 1 makes 3, an economy in which everyone is born with purchasing power and where, ultimately, each individual has total control over his or her purchasing power.

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Studies: « Noopolitics : The Power of Knowledge »

Geopolitics is the interaction between power and land. Noopolitics is the interaction between power and knowledge. This interaction is both reflexive and disruptive. It implies a profound change to geopolitics and the art of governance, because it is concerned with the art of allowing knowledge to reign over power. Above all, it aims to avoid […]

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Comment se fait-il que nous tombions malade plus facilement lorsque nous sommes stressés ? Comment notre humeur influe sur notre santé ? Jean-Philippe Herbeuval, directeur de recherches en immunologie au CNRS et Nikaïa Smith, immunologiste, viennent de trouver un début…

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