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 150 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.”
Thierry Breton, Chairman and CEO Atos
Future vision report
Explore the opportunities and challenges arising from the ongoing digital revolution in our work and personal lives.
Watch this short animation to understand the Digital Dilemmas and how to resolve them.
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.
Happiness as a business model for success
Many businesses and organizations are facing digital disruptions and need to transform their way of working in order to remain successful. Often the focus is on implementing new technologies, business models and customer services faster and more efficiently. But in placing customers at the heart of their product innovation, employers must also place greater emphasis on creating an exceptional…
The X-factor of women in the future of work
In an increasingly digital world of work, women have an important role to play and have every opportunity to thrive and be successful. They have the X-factor for success, providing they face the challenges and embrace the opportunities the future of work will bring. Technology will not only impact how, where and when we work…
Journeying into the future: Ten years of the Scientific Community
Announcing “Resolving Digital Dilemmas” as our strapline for Journey 2022 last November raised a few eyebrows. Predicting that the digital “art of the possible” would no longer necessarily be aligned with the “art of the permissible” was controversial. As our Atos Scientific Community celebrates its 10th anniversary of identifying and researching emerging technology and business…