The company and the digital world
Analyse and understand the impact of the digital revolution on companies. Anticipating changes in management, marketing, communication and customer relations. Studying new business models, new organisations, their risks and opportunities in a globalised economy.
Envision the contribution of digital for the future factory. Designing new digital tools for collecting, structuring and analysing data, based on advanced Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques. Enable the safeguarding of expertise with digital twins and their redeployment within the company.
From Big Data to Smart Data
Collecting, storing, analysing, optimising and presenting more and more data. Rethinking traditional database mining tools and the way in which information management is approached. Design solutions that take advantage of the latest advances in knowledge representation, scaling techniques, data manipulation, Machine Learning and Data Mining. Particular interest is given to applications in tourism.
Computer Human Interaction
Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence offer new prospects for collaboration between the machine and human beings. With higher levels of multimodal understanding, machines integrate computer vision, natural language processing, Smart Materials and IoT. Creating new interaction media from flexible, active, and e-textile materials.
Professors and researchers of the Digital Group
Publications of the professors and researchers of the Digital Group
A new candidate rule for the game of two-dimensional life Journal Article
In: Complex Systems, 10 (5), pp. 367–381, 1996.
An Emotional Multi-Personality Architecture for Intelligent Conversational Agents Journal Article
In: LNCS Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence, 0000.
Newcastle University Business School, 0000.
Soigner le mal par le mal : recherche-action sur la technique de l'inoculation pour limiter les résistances à un projet TI Journal Article Forthcoming
In: Systèmes d'Information et Management, 25 (3), Forthcoming.