Does Europe have the weapons to once again become a champion of disruptive innovation?

by bold-lichterman

We know that the United States and China have taken a considerable advance in terms of technology. GAFA vs BATX, is the technological and political battle really lost in advance?

In any case, to have a chance to put Europe back at the center of the technological game for future generations, we have to move, move hard, and move now. This is the whole point of the JEDI initiative (Joint European Disruptive Initiative) led by André Loesekrug-Pietri, Chief JEDI Officer, and his team of JEDIs of European tech. The idea? Bring together all the players in European innovation to make them move forward together quickly so as not to miss the next major advances.

The initiative is Franco-German and aims to be revolutionary in its approach: it aims to push back technological frontiers by funding in a very agile, demanding and non-bureaucratic way public research as well as private research, start-ups as well as large industrial groups. through great challenges. André Loesekrug-Pietri tells us more about this vision, which must move quickly on major social issues.

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1605270891 583 Space conquest towards infinity and beyondPassionate about technology and innovation on the web interfaces side, Thomas gouritin has been immersed in chatbots for several years with the design of projects for national and international actors.
For 18 months, he has been documenting chatbot tests in all sectors on medium.com/1day1bot and he drew from it a white paper supplemented by testimonials from key accounts (from Direct Energie to Disney France). His watchword: stop bullshit, let’s think above all about the experience offered to users!