Blockchain


People are connected by light lines as a spider's web Digital culture  /  Article

Journey Through the Metaverse: Technology is Ready, But Stakeholders Need to Link Up

The digital sector’s major stakeholders agree that it is not a question of if the metaverse will become a reality, but when. From user experience and telecoms infrastructure to human-machine interfaces, the entire metaverse value chain relies on several technological building blocks. Some of these components are well advanced already, while others still need to […]


Digital culture  /  Article

Using Blockchain and Machine Learning to Protect Copyrights

Creators have a hard time protecting their works in the digital age, with images being published on the Internet without authors’ permission or being misused to feed fake news. The sheer number of images posted online every day and the high cost of protection tools currently on the market make this task even more difficult! […]


Digital culture  /  Article

Blockchain to the rescue of professional sport?

Since the creation of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, many sectors have become interested in blockchain, such as agri-food, healthcare or energy. This distributed and decentralised data storage and transmission technology is also spreading into the world of sport. Beyond the hype, it could help build technical solutions to problems that the industry has had for a […]


Digital culture  /  Article

5 cutting-edge technologies that are changing the game

Energy: blockchain is speeding up microgrids The features of blockchain could be a lever for modernising the energy system. Blockchain enables the distributed, secure, transparent recording and storage of energy and transaction flows. It can be used to track energy consumption in real time or to have knowledge of the asset portfolios of all participants. […]


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

Robotics, AI and blockchain at the heart of the healthcare of tomorrow

Robotics and digital imaging fostered the development of “minimally invasive” techniques. The convergence of intensive computing and artificial intelligence (AI) is now speeding up basic and clinical medical research, and is fostering the development of healthcare that is both personalised and predictive. As for blockchain, it offers a framework that helps address the challenges brought […]


Data  /  Folder

Folder: Blockchain, from promises to results

Blockchain technology could profoundly alter the performance of many sectors of the economy, starting with banking, insurance and logistics. Concrete use cases are being planned. However, few players have developed revolutionary solutions and the potential of blockchain technology is still difficult to grasp.


Digital culture  /  Article

Innovation at the service of smart waste management

An essential component of the “smart city”, smart waste management with digital and technological innovations enables public bodies and specialised businesses to find new answers to the challenges of the ecological transition and competitiveness. Optimising waste collection thanks to the IoT Based on the “smart bin” concept – sensors installed on waste containers measure their […]


Data  /  Article

KeeeX, the startup that enables document certification

How did your startup, KeeeX, come to be? Originally, the idea was to turn any type of document into an “augmented” file via technical metadata and proofs of integrity, identity and date, a file whose cryptographic fingerprint could be anchored, or not, in the blockchain. Our added value lies in the fact that the proofs […]


Data  /  Article

Blockchain improves food traceability, from farm to fork

What is the food blockchain promising? To make supply chains more secure, transparent, and efficient.


Internet of things  /  Article

Small towns also embrace the IoT

In small and medium-sized peri-urban areas, O-CELL is deploying simple, turnkey IoT solutions to monitor public buildings.


Data  /  Article

On the blockchain, there are flaws too

The risks facing the blockchain’s decentralised networks are applicational (via smart contracts) and user-related (via piracy and theft).


Digital culture  /  Article

Technological innovations against pollution in aquatic environments

Two experts comment on 5 technological innovations in the area of aquatic environment protection and ecosystem monitoring.