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Paul Eremenko : « Notre mission, bouleverser Airbus et l’aéronautique tout entière » - Industrie - Services

From m.lesechos.fr

Service d’hélicoptère à la demande, appareil volant utilisant l’intelligence artificielle, logiciels de création automatique de contrats… Le patron du centre d’innovation technologique d’Airbus en Californie détaille aux « Echos » ses projets. Ancien de Google et de l’agence de recherche du Pentagone, Paul Eremenko rompt avec la culture du secret dans la Silicon Valley.
Bertrand Marquet's comment, May 6, 11:32 AM
J'ai eu la chance d'y être hier :-)

Ben & Jerry, theSkimm & Apple: The Inspiring Stories of 10 Famous Co-Founders

From snip.ly

Discover the stories behind 10 of the greatest entrepreneurial partnerships of all time.
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This computer will grow your food in the future

From www.ted.com

What if we could grow delicious, nutrient-dense food, indoors anywhere in the world? Caleb Harper, director of the Open Agriculture Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, wants to change the food system by connecting growers with technology.
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"Coacher une dream team de chercheurs c'est un peu comme mener un troupeau de chats", selon le responsable IA de Facebook

From www.usine-digitale.fr

Embauché par Mark Zuckerberg fin 2013 pour créer de toutes pièces un département de recherche en intelligence artificielle, le Français Yann le Cun dispose de moyens importants pour embaucher des pointures du secteur.

Dans sa dream team d'ingénieurs et de chercheurs (une cinquantaine au total) il a fait entrer de grands noms comme Vladimir Vlapnik, le père de la théorie statistique de l'apprentissage, le Français Léon Bottou, qui mène les recherches sur le traitement automatique du langage, ou Rob Fergus, qui dirige les équipes en charge de la vision par ordinateur.

Comment coacher ces fortes personnalités et sur quelles priorités les faire travailler ? Le responsable du programme Fair (Facebook artificial intelligence research) nous donnes ses tips.
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Environnement: le projet Darwin de Philippe Barre défend les bâtisseurs

From www.liberation.fr

«Il est écrit où le dogme selon lequel un entrepreneur ne peut pas être humaniste ?» : à 43 ans, Philippe Barre, fondateur de Darwin, projet urbain ayant jeté les bases à Bordeaux d’un modèle inédit de développement économique durable, défend les «bâtisseurs» contre les «bétonneurs».

Bertrand Marquet:

il faut réconcilier les deux et ne plus avoir les «bâtisseurs» contre les «bétonneurs»...a suivre

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Fabrice Poussiere, maker et intra-entrepreneur

From www.industrie-techno.com

Qu'ils soient plutôt entrepreneurs ou scientifiques de haut vol, agitateurs d'idées ou orchestrateurs de talent, passionnés de technique ou fins analystes de ses usages, les cinquante personnalités dont nous vous proposons de découvrir le portrait jouent un rôle majeur dans l'innovation en France. C'est le cas de Fabrice Poussière, fondateur et directeur du Fablab de Snecma.

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Mickaël Desmoulins, Monsieur fablab

From www.industrie-techno.com

Qu'ils soient plutôt entrepreneurs ou scientifiques de haut vol, agitateurs d'idées ou orchestrateurs de talent, passionnés de technique ou fins analystes de ses usages, les cinquante pesonnalités dont nous vous proposons de découvrir le portrait jouent un rôle majeur dans l'innovation en France. C'est le cas de Mickaël Desmoulins, président de l'association Fab&Co, qui fédère les fablabs industriels entre eux.

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Back to AT&T Foundry

From www.youtube.com

The AT&T Foundry provides tools to create new and innovative technology. Watch as researchers discuss building technology with AT&T's extensive resources. Le...
Bertrand Marquet:

(2 years old video but one of real corporate garage)

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Renaissance Florence was a Better Model for innovation than Silicon Valley is - HBR

From hbr.org

 

Urban planners the world over yearn to replicate the success of Silicon Valley: witness Thames Valley (England) and Silicon Oasis (Dubai), to name just two of these attempts. Invariably, these well-intentioned efforts fail for the simple reason that they’re trying to replicate the wrong model. Silicon Valley is too new, too now, to glean lessons from.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 5, 11:17 AM

This is a great article. The premise shakes one up and suggests that a teacher-student relationship is vital. We have created an individual system where cooperation and community are often overlooked as important ingredients.

The Inside Story of Uber’s Radical Rebranding

From www.wired.com

In place of Uber’s signature black, gray, and blue color palette, the company will embrace bright colors---lots of them.

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How to Create a Culture of Innovation

From www.inc.com

Thomas Koulopoulos, founder of Delphi Group, explains why it takes a cultural shift to stimulate innovation within your company.

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Nokia vision 2016

From www.youtube.com

Bertrand Marquet:

With the combined strengths of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent, NOKIA becomes an innovation leader in the technologies that connect people and things.

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Organizing for the future | McKinsey & Company

From www.mckinsey.com

The best way to organize corporations—it’s a perennial debate. But the discussion is becoming more urgent as digital technology begins to penetrate the labor force. Although consumers have largely gone digital, the digitization of jobs, and of the tasks and activities within them, is still in the early stages, according to a recent study by McKinsey Global Institute (MGI). Even companies and industries at the forefront of digital spending and usage have yet to digitize the workforce fully.

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Silicon Valley’s Role in the Re-Invention of the Disruptive Corporate Innovation Model

From corporate-innovation.co

Corporations from industries as diverse as agriculture, manufacturing, logistics retail and financial services are being disrupted at an unprecedented rate by a variety of innovations.

Bertrand Marquet:

... corporations need to reinvent their innovation model. The new model must enable corporations to innovate:

  • at a faster rate and more cost-effectively,
  • from inside and outside by leveraging entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship,
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Can We Finally Fix Work? The Workplace Innovations Of 2015

From www.fastcoexist.com

If we can't get you a six-hour work day, at least we might be able to get rid of your open office.
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Digital Garage: A Space For Innovation

From www.six-six.com

Just like cars, apps and software need to be tinkered with and worked on — so it goes with Insurance too it seems these days! Aviva, the British insurance corporation, has opened what they call a Digital Garage as a space for just that.

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Inside Mark Zuckerberg's Bold Plan For The Future Of Facebook

From www.fastcompany.com

Facebook is firing on all cylinders. Now Mark Zuckerberg is looking to the decade ahead, from AI to VR to drones.
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Meet the 26-Year-Old Hacker Who Built a Self-Driving Car... in His Garage

From www.youtube.com

George Hotz, the first person to hack the iPhone, says he built a self-driving car in a month. How did he do it? Bloomberg's Ashlee Vance went to Hotz's home...
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How to reboot your corporate culture into an innovation culture

From qz.com

Failing to change the culture will doom any innovation efforts the company attempts.
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2016 A-Z Culture Glossary

From www.slideshare.net

Last year, we presented the top, must-know, culturally relevant trends for 2015 and our predictions were 83% accurate!

To help the “curious class” stay relevant in 2016, we’ve assembled an A-Z glossary of what trends we predict to be 100 must-know terms and concepts of 2016.

We hope this cultural crib sheet will help prepare you for the year ahead!
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Ikea thinks outside the big box

From www.ft.com

The Ikea signage may be the familiar blue and yellow and Billy bookcases are for sale inside. But the shops in Hamburg, Pamplona, Norwich, and Quebec City are far from the usual Ikea store. Instead, they are evidence of a big experiment taking place
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3M's chief design officer eric quint details the firm's creative vision

From www.designboom.com

eric quint elaborates on his role as chief design officer involves, and details how 3M's innovative culture relies heavily on cross collaboration between 3M's departments.
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