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
This report anticipates what the world will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, since some deep and long-lasting changes are expected as we approach a “new normal”.
Future vision report
Explore the opportunities and challenges arising from the ongoing digital revolution in our work and personal lives.
Explore some facets of how the evolution of algorithms follows a generalized version of the mechanisms of variation and heredity proposed by Charles Darwin.
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.
Fast forward to the future of work - the post-COVID19 “new normal”
The impact of COVID-19 on businesses of all shapes and sizes around the world has caused a seismic shift in how we conduct our work. As we fight to contain the pandemic, we’ve hit the fast forward button on many technologies that were already in place. From remote working…
How accessible technology can help in our rapidly changing world
As the current COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated remote working for millions of people globally, communications platforms play a crucial role in enabling organizations to adjust and cope with new social distancing requirements. Remote and flexible working has tremendous potential to open-up employment opportunities for people with disabilities if delivered accessibly whilst at the same time…
The value of a diverse workforce in inclusive AI development
This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate concerns about their wider impact, today and into the future