Football has long been a leader in innovation in both sport and society, albeit often reluctantly.
“At some point last year, 1.6 billion students, and as many parents, have experienced edtech solutions in some shape or form.” CEO of EdTechX, Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet shares his take on the future of edtech.
Covid-19 is unlikely to be the last pandemic the world will see. But what if big data could make it possible to identify the emergence of a new disease and predict its capacity to become a pandemic?
In this interview, Prof. Martin Kupp explains why he decided to co-found a start-up aiming to make clean energy reliable and affordable with an EMBA student, and thus contribute to moving deep tech out of the lab.
The individuals of Generation Z are the future workforce. But what do they think about the existing situation and what do they want to change? Are they trying to shape the future?
Prof. Terence Tse argues that AI could provide more accurate and timelier ESG-related data, which could in turn help improve the various ESG indices and enable investors to make more informed investment decisions in companies that are truly ESG-compliant.
To understand the challenges surrounding digital and social inclusion, The Choice met with Jean Deydier, CEO of WeTechCare, a social start-up aiming to close the digital divide.
Professor Emmanuelle Léon discusses the pandemic’s impact on the way we work. Where are businesses today and what challenges are to come? Stick with us to find out.
Jonathan Anguelov launched Aircall in 2014 with his co-founder Olivier Pailhes. Were they thinking they would revolutionise the way people make phone calls back then? Maybe. What they could not foresee was the way a global pandemic would likely change forever how we work and communicate.
Prof. Frédéric Jallat analyses President Joe Biden’s support to wave off intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines, and what it says about world geopolitics.