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07.18.2013

Innovation and digital: Surveys

SMART CITY AND SHARING CULTURAL DATA

With L'Atelier BNP Paribas (2014)

For several decades, the use of digital technologies has been seen as a key ingredient in the development of cities. This vision has gradually crystallised into the concept of the Smart City, a city whose digital infrastructure enables us to make better use of collective intelligence to improve the functioning of the city and the well-being of its population.

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BUSINESSES, WHEN DATA CULTURE BECOMES A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

With Ernst & Young (2014)

We heard earlier that the control of personal data is a strategic issue. That’s true both for individuals — it is part of their digital identity — and for businesses, which now see capturing, using and unlocking the value in data as crucial to their development.

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OPENING-UP CULTURAL DATA: A DRIVER OF GROWTH?

With Ernst & Young (2014)

The first wave of the big data revolution revolved around the exploitation by organizations of their owndata. The next will big breakthrough will center upon Open data – sharing proprietary data with others.Open data aims to make digital data accessible to all by structuring their distribution and lifting formatand licensing constraints to facilitate their re-use. This trend, which initially involved public or scientificresearch data, is now sweeping companies and today opens the way to all kinds of uses.

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CULTURAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONAL DATA AT THE HEART OF THE BIG DATA INDUSTRY. FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE BETWEEN PRIVACY AND INNOVATION

With Ernst & Young (2013)

The resulting ecosystem - which is reaching a new balance between the digital champions, telecom operators and media companies - is challenged significantly by the revolution of Big data. This revolution could lead to a situation where only few actors would be able to extract the value of the cultural data and to gain power of control and predictability.  The 2013 study points out the concept of “personal cultural data”, which outlines a market today in search of a new balance between privacy, sources of growth and a rushing innovation - because it is gold – for actors of digital medias and cultural sectors.

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BIG DATA : BIG CULTURE ? THE GROWING POWER OF THE DATA AND ITS OUTLOOK FOR THE ECONOMY OF CULTURE

With L’Atelier BNP Paribas (2013)

In 2013, only a handful of companies was lead and has deployed an infrastructure of "Big Data" type. The challenge for incumbents of cultures to control "their" Data (that is to say, analyzing the use and consumption of cultural goods and services) includes the promise of new convergences between human activities in different but related kinds. 

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Culture & Digital generations

With L’Atelier BNP Paribas (2012)

What kinds of creative behavior do virtual worldscreate? How can we characterize this evolution inthe relationship to culture for these digital generations?

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The factory of innovation

With Kurt Salmon (2012)

What are the innovation practices uses in thedifferent sectors of the economy? How are theydeclining in the cultural and creative industries?The addition of different elements of innovation supplies the whole chain of value creation in the economy.

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Referencing content on the Internet, prescribing culture?

With l’Atelier BNP Paribas (2011)

What are the new mechanisms of referencing of the cultural offer? How does it influence theaccess to culture? A prospective study with casesstudies’ analyses.

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Connected devices and services: reinventing content

With Bain & Co (2011)

Do connected devices and services prefigure thenew way of cultural experience? Do we expect,thanks to these new services, a rise of the timeallocated to "the consumption" of cultural goodsand services, a new typology of the usages, newways of access, approaches from creators to theirwork and their public?

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Intellectual property in a digital world

With Ernst & Young (2011)

Given that many countries have signed the WIPO treaties, what about law efficiency? What arethe perspectives? On which topics can the actors agree?

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Impact of digital technology on the world of culture and the media

With L'Atelier BNP Paribas (2010)

Does technological innovation favor culture? Ananalysis of the “main trends” and “first hints of thenew trends”. Outcome of the first ten years of the XXI st century.

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Getting out of the recession: a new innovationmodel for the cultural economy?

With Bain & Company (2009)

Who does really innovate today, who are the creators? How do we define and measure the effects ofinnovation on society?

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