An e-voting system based on blockchain technology has just been tested. The system serves as a digital guarantee, ensuring that competing sides have faith in the voting process.
EPFL researchers have developed a simulator that can calculate the performance of wind farms over 30 years.
Everything indicates that technology based on ‘quantum’ will change society radically in the near future, for example via ultra-fast computers, a ‘quantum internet’ or by developing new medicines much more quickly.
Physician, businessman and writer, France’s Laurent Alexandre brings a range of perspectives to the challenges posed by such new technologies as artificial intelligence.
A new method could make it possible in one to two years for supercomputers to utilize artificial neural networks that quadratically exceed the possibilities of those used today.
DTU students have developed a sustainability calculator, which they are now working to make freely available on the web.
Swiss start-up Ava’s wristband collects data on fertility. The goal: to help couples have a baby.
Lagging behind Germany, France has produced only three start-ups valued at more than $1 billion. But it is starting to catch up.
A sports data scientist has developed a model that can be used to measure how likely a team is to score a goal during a match.
Pere Roca is making solar-panel manufacturing cheap and efficient
France’s Qwant was built to have two competitive advantages: respecting privacy and being a credible alternative to its American rivals.
Will the US and China dominate the development of AI? President Macron has ideas that can keep Europe in the game.
A new system can detect and analyze molecules with very high precision and without needing bulky equipment. It opens the door to large-scale, image-based detection of materials aided by artificial intelligence.
A new research project will provide better calculation methods for sustainable fishing.
Europe’s new regulations protect user data. But they may also block information-sharing that affects health and safety.