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Research blog / Artificial Intelligence

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 / Internet of things

With voice and eye: is sound the future of digital?

With the proliferation of smart objects and the development of digital personal assistants, sound and voice will be at the centre of man-machine interfaces.


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

MWC 2019: the Djingo ecosystem is opened up to partners

Orange’s virtual assistant Djingo opens its ecosystem to flagship partnerships: Bot Party with OUI.sncf, Open APIs, Co-Design with specialist partners.


Smarter society / iot

Fundamental innovations for the smart cities of tomorrow

There are many existing or developing innovations that contribute to the definition of the smart city of tomorrow. These include, for example, the autonomous vehicle, biomimicry, or IoT.


Research blog / Artificial Intelligence

The meaning beyond words: searching for similar questions in forums

How to improve the pertinence of search engine results? The answer from Orange’s researchers, winners of an international challenge on semantic analysis.


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

Blockchain: facilitating secure sharing of data among robots

A research project that should enable artificial intelligences which control robots to share data via a blockchain.


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

Humanisation of AI is not limitless

Algorithms can partially take emotions and feelings into account so as to better cater to users’ needs.


Better me / Artificial Intelligence

AI could reduce human error rate

Man can use artificial intelligence to reduce the risk of error in his interactions with complex systems, but AI remains fallible.


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.


Research blog / Artificial Intelligence

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.