sociology


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

How to stay well-informed when algorithms are deciding for us?

“Over 58 million people voted for Trump. I don’t know one.” When recommendation algorithms enclose us in “filter bubbles”, how can we stay in touch with reality?


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 / 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

Alloscope, a tool to help those in vulnerable situations

Alloscope, an Orange research project, offers to analyse call reports to help professionals working in medical and social monitoring.


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.


Research blog

Between connection and disconnection: how to regulate working practices?

The development of remote working, accelerated by the digital development, is reshaping the boundaries between private and professional lives, with an ever more continuous connection.


Smarter society / Big Data

A word of innovation: ICO

This method enables private individuals and businesses to easily invest in high potential projects thanks to cryptocurrencies.


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.


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.