Opening sequence of the Forum
Véronique Morali responds to some Netexplo 2014 observations
NETEXPLO 2014 Awards Ceremony
Yotam COHEN and Zohar DAYAN for WIBBITZ (Israel)
Duncan STEWART (Canada), DELOITTE
Frédérique GRIGOLATO for CLIC & WALK (France)
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (France) - Laurent MARUANI (HEC Paris)
Deepening digital journalism at The New York Times - Ian FISHER (USA), NEW YORK TIMES
Nimesha RANASINGHE (Singapore) for DIGITAL LOLLIPOP
Africa's new generation of leaders - Amadou MATHAR BA (Senegal), ALLAFRICA.COM
Promoting the digital economy in Latin America: the Start-Up Chile experience - Nicolas SHEA (Chili), START-UP CHILE
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (Israel) - Michal EITAN (BEZALEL Acadmey)
"Large companies and start-ups, the strategy of merging talents and technologies" by Georges Nahon, Orange Labs, Silicon Valley.
The new digital ecosystem: from communication to symbiosis - Joël de ROSNAY (France), NETEXPLO
2014 NETEXPLO Award Winner - Eline KUIPERS and Ingmar VAN HENGEL for SKINPRINT (The Netherlands)
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (USA) - Leonardo BONANNI (MIT MediaLab)
John MATHERLY (USA) for SHODAN
Digital convergence: the nexus of art, technology and creativity - Haël KOBAYASHI (Australia)
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (Singapore) - Juzar MOTIWALLA (National University of Singapore)
Marc POLLEFEYS (Switzerland) for MOBILE 3D SCANNER
Art et digital: Art meets digital: tomorrow's museum - Sree SREENIVASAN (India/USA), MET NYC
2014 NETEXPLO Award Winner - Juliana ROTICH for BRCK (Kenya)
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (Belgium) - Damien VAN ACHTER (IHECS)
Orange Social Prize 2013 winner - Dominique BUENDE (Cameroon), QUICKDO
Digital Young Leaders Viewpoint (South Africa) - Dave DUARTE (University of Cape Town)
2014 NETEXPLO Award Winner - Johann HUBER for SOMA (Deutschland)
The next generation of digital medicine - Docteur Frédéric SALDMANN (France)
2014 NETEXPLO Award Winner - Louis-Philippe MORENCY for SIMSENSEI (USA)
How can management capitalize on Digital Young Leaders ?
The last few months have seen an exponential growth in
the number of apps that all promise the same thing: "to know everything
about yourself" in real time, thanks to a list of biometric data
established by connected objects or smartphones, using genomes obtained for
less than $100!
But, as Dr Saldman states: "to know everything about yourself", to do what?
Because "to know everything about yourself" is not to understand everything! Because "to know everything about yourself" creates anxiety about conforming. And very quickly, "to know everything about yourself" becomes a cause of great anxiety!
To reassure ourselves, we are entrusting our health data to digital applications, and offering our behaviour for their analysis. At the risk of no longer knowing ourselves and no longer acting without digital assistance?
What if trusting your own body and the signals it sends was the best gauge of health and well-being: “my best medication is me!”»