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Research blog / Artificial Intellingence

Our personality and our mood revealed by our digital footprints

Orange is developing and assessing the acceptability of solutions that will make it possible to determine the personality and mood of user from their digital footprint.


Smarter society / Prospective

Future 20XX, the future in play

Could a game help us to reflect on the world of tomorrow and conceive of a common future? This is the premise of Future 20XX, an applied game published by Orange under Creative Commons.


Better me / Salon de la recherche

Home in the Future: the home of tomorrow will be sensitive

The Home in the future platform paves the way for a sensitive home that understands the feelings of its occupants and changes the way they go about their daily lives.


Augmented Planet / Salon de la recherche

Beyond AI: ambient intelligence for an attentive environment

The 2019 Orange Research Exhibition is giving pride of place to Ambient Intelligence, an evolved form of Artificial Intelligence that is giving rise to a more responsive and capable environment.


Research blog / Data

Taking control of our data

The work of researcher-designers Rose Dumesny and Catherine Ramus looks at ways of making our heterogeneous data set perceptible.


Smarter society / Artificial Intellingence

Neuroscience and cognitive science: the place of humans in the age of AI

At the Orange Summer research days, Célestin Sedogbo (Institut Cognition) and Pierre-Marie Lledo (Institut Pasteur) talk about the adaptability of the human brain in the age of AI.


Better me / Research

In search of simpler accessibility

Tactile Facile, the innovative Orange accessibility app developed by researchers and engineers in human-machine interaction.


Better me / Prospective

20 years of attention management mechanisms in digital interfaces

Chat rooms, mobile and social Internet, streaming… 20 years' evolution of attention management mechanisms in digital interfaces


Smarter society / Research

Podcast – Interfaces that are more and more intuitive: joint interview with James Auger and Albert Moukheiber

James Auger, a designer, and Albert Moukheiber, a neuroscience researcher, discuss the integration of cognitive biases into the development of technological interfaces (devices, voice assistants, connected objects...) and advocate for digital education.


Smarter society / Innovation

Emotional intelligence: meeting with Empath, a Japanese start-up

The technology based on machine learning, developed by the start-up Empath analyzes the physical properties of the voice to identify emotions.


Better me / Internet of things

Nicolas Pellen: semantics of sounds and the Internet of Things

Semantics of the sounds of the home: Nicolas Pellen presents his research in the area of the Internet of Things.


Research blog / Artificial Intellingence

Dialogue with machines: between fantasy and reality

To go from voice command to dialogue: that is the challenge of artificial intelligence in producing larger-than-life virtual assistants.