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Le 26.05.20
[BONI.D] Just One Giant Lab (JOGL), the first open lab for research and innovation
JOGL is an open research and innovation platform which aims at collaboratively solving issues of general interest. Through open science, responsible innovation and continuous learning, the platform proposes to unite the brains of the world to work on all unresolved social, environmental, humanitarian and health issues. Thanks to an elaborate AI, and a well-designed interface, collaboration between leaders and contributors is facilitated. Jogl creates a collective and distributed intelligence, associated with very concrete entities: university laboratories, companies, foundations, NGOs, public services… which also feeds itself from the creation and sharing of new tools and knowledge.
The ambition of this planetary research laboratory is to multiply by 10 the number of contributors working on urgent and global issues, to reach 50 million contributors. An initiative that is helping to change the world.
Congrats Jogl! Visit the lab here.
Le 19.05.20
Here is the series of interviews sharing the feedback of the organisers and ambassadors of the mission CES Tourism 4.0 !

Organised by Bpifrance and EXTENDAM in early January 2020, the programme immersed 16 French hotel and hospitality companies in the Las Vegas Innovation Fair. Between emotions, surprises and new parctices perspectives, this experience had a strong impact on its participants.

This programme of interviews conducted by Les Grandes Idées and Jean-Philippe Albaret invites you to relive the experience through the testimonials of Bertrand Pulles for EXTENDAM, Pedro Novo for Bpifrance, Vincent Ducrey for the HUB Institute, Grégory Pourrin for Paris INN Group, Laurent BOISSONNAS for Open Golf Club, and Gérard BIART for CSEP Hospitality.

Le 13.05.20
Confined to Brussels, Maud Caubet answered Architecture d’Aujourd’hui questions
At a time when France is gradually leaving lockdown, every structure is reorganising themselves, mixing remote and presential work when they can, each one seeking its new rhythm. A good timing to take the time and read the interview given by Maud Caubet to Architecture d’Aujourd’hui magazine for its Confiné.e.s series.
Views on the world of tomorrow, architectural practices in the current particular context and the months to come’s one, new ways of working, new ways of thinking. AA Architecture d’Aujourd’hui magazine gives architects a voice by questioning their vision of the situation but also their cultural recommendations.