The Atos Scientific Community aims at crafting the Group’s vision for the future of technology in business, and anticipating the upcoming trends and technologies that will reshape businesses and society in the years ahead.
This global network comprises 160 of the top scientists, engineers and forward thinkers from across the Group, with a rich mix of skills and backgrounds.
“Our Scientific Community members are ‘creators of change’, making sure that whenever our clients choose us they always get the best solution available, both for today and for the future.”
Elie Girard, CEO Atos
DNA storage sounds a bit like science fiction, but the quest to make DNA a storage medium has been around much longer than you might think. This paper details the current state of play in DNA storage and considerations organizations should make for it.
This report identifies four technology requirements for a successful rebound for businesses, which seek to build on technology-related lessons learned during the pandemic and address some of the challenges of sustainability, trust and collective value.
Explore the main constraints on productivity growth, despite the potential opportunities presented by emerging technologies.Learn how implementing cost tracking as well as organizing innovations into connected portfolios can increase the ratio of natural selection of innovations.
Digitally-enabled precision healthcare – Read the case studies
How Atos enables clients to deliver digitally-enabled precision healthcare with non-contact patient triage and monitoring
Governments and corporations are moving fast to develop novel solutions to address the pandemic situation, such as introducing contact tracing apps by governments and initiating new collaborations between corporations.
How Atos enables clients to integrate exposomics in digitally-enabled precision healthcare
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines exposome as “the measure of all the exposures of an individual in a lifetime and how those exposures relate to health”. Exposomics, the study of exposome, complements genomics, which is the basis for precision medicine.
How Atos enables life science organizations to deliver innovations in precision medicine
Advances in genomics research and in other areas of life sciences powered and enabled by technology takes the entire value chain to the next level allowing the implementation of the different facets of precision medicine.
Atos Thought Leadership blog
Read the Atos Thought Leadership blog where Atos experts and thought leaders share their insights and personal views on a wide range of business and technology topics.
We’ll bounce back from COVID-19, but let’s agree not to bounce back from digitalization
As I write this, the entire world is building their respective societies back up to pre-COVID-19. Vaccination programs, led by the pharmaceuticals and orchestrated by governments and NGOs, are finally giving us confidence that the global pandemic will be controlled. It may require a single global vaccination…
On the journey to 2024, there’s more value and less risk for healthcare leaders who move to the cloud
Across the healthcare sector, we are seeing significant momentum and interest in cloud as an essential enabler. Digital technologies connect processes and services, enabling care professionals to understand and meet changing needs. Precision medicine is about using big data and analytics…
Building Data Ecosystems in Energy & Utilities, key for the Energy Transition.
Sharing data in a fair and trusted way can be very powerful, bringing a strategic change in attitude toward data ownership and value. It is a concept that we refer to as “data equity”. Data equity is established when members of business ecosystems establish shareholding interests in the collective value of otherwise…
People matter: Six ways to empower tomorrow’s workforce
The pandemic has changed the way we work forever. When we examined emerging work trends, we found that home working is the new normal for 40% of employees, 62% of employees are not engaged, and 45% of employees would leave their job if forced to return to the office. While nobody knows what will happen in the coming…
Decarbonizing content production in media and entertainment
The current Covid-19 related restrictions for social distancing and limits on travel have required major changes to work practices. Yet even before the pandemic hit, content production was changing. Rapid advances in technology, combined with production companies’ need to cut costs, was prompting a move to more remote working. During successive Covid-19 lockdowns, while some productions had to be…
Covid-19: so much data, so little time…digital is the answer
I am shocked that in this digital age, in the US, paper continues to be the method of choice for Covid-19 vaccination tracking and tracing. Friends in the medical profession who have received their first dose each have a paper card, one that doesn’t quite fit in their wallets. “Don’t you have an…
Why empowering the middle is key to a more accessible future
As we approach Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) on May 20, I’ve been thinking about inclusive culture and what this means for organizations embracing accessibility. Disability inclusion has historically been driven bottom-up in organizations by employees who have lived experience of disability self-advocating for the changes needed to be effective in their roles.…
Vaccination rollout is not your typical supply chain challenge…and cold chain monitoring is a must
Thankfully this year, a number of pharmaceutical companies have released Covid-19 vaccines, giving the world new hope of recovery and renewal after the initial crisis. The role of vaccines in controlling the pandemic is fixed in the public consciousness, with efficacy rates and clinical trial processes almost…