Data and knowledge
As well as helping to navigate the ethical issues of social robotics, mental health is one of the few fields in which this technology has actually been deployed, with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) and Alzheimer’s disease considered the most widespread and most promising use cases , in the same logic of resorting to artificial sociability […]
The growth of email use at work since the 1990s has resulted in a continual increase in the number of messages exchanged. Many studies on this increase have shown the adverse consequences on workers and their performance (“cognitive overload”, interruptions, fragmentation of work, or stress [1, 2]). To reduce these consequences, many technological and organizational […]
From table data to knowledge “Information is not knowledge”. Albert Einstein famous quote is based on the assumption that knowledge can only be gained from experience. If we apply this though to tabular data –that can be assimilated to raw information-, this implies it will be meaningless without people expertise (experience) in the corresponding domain. […]
Imagine a meeting where you could instantly have access to information about the people, organisations and places mentioned by the other participants. Imagine a meeting where the documents needed to resolve a problem could automatically be made available to you with only your smartphone and a connection to an online service. This is a real […]
To enable businesses to draw on the value of their data by sharing it, Orange is developing a common vocabulary for describing data sets.
Are digital tools going to be used to formalise informal relationships so as to modernise the economy? The sector studied here is that of the sale of car spare parts.
The management of complex systems such as buildings requires going beyond connected object-centric approaches based on the Internet platforms of today's Objects.
The Feedchain not only processes the information contained in the feedback, but also supports purchasing decisions based on the feedback previously collected.
Developed by Orange, Web-R is a decision-aid tool for the placing problems that may be encountered by network architects.
How to improve the pertinence of search engine results? The answer from Orange’s researchers, winners of an international challenge on semantic analysis.
Thing’in, the integrative research platform initiated by Orange, is a “graph of things” whose nodes are things and physical entities of all kinds.
Fake news, hype … it’s perhaps a misnomer to call AI, intelligence. Whatever, it becomes more and more complicated to see what is behind AI acronym. As we are embracing a new area of decision process, what can we expect from this seventy years old technology? How far the AI based services could change our lives?