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.”
Elie Girard, 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.
Privacy by design: securing a data-driven city
While each smart city evolves in its own way, what they all share is their critical ability to leverage data to enable people to make better-informed decisions. And with information and intelligence shared extensively between city authorities, third parties and citizens, all this must be done in a way that protects and maintains the privacy of citizens. Privacy…
Why utilities adopting AI should put ethics first
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming vital for today’s increasingly complex utility business. In an earlier blog post, I discussed how digital technologies, such as AI, are essential to addressing the sustainability challenge. Franck Freycenon recently published a blog exploring how AI can help energy and utility companies. Franck ended his post by noting that AI also brings with…
Atos IT Challenge 2020 - Cooperative Artificial Intelligence
The Atos IT Challenge is our Computer Science and technical engineering competition. Now in its ninth year, over 640 teams and around 2,000 students worldwide have participated in it. We have had up to 100 different universities entering teams in any one year – it’s a big event! Previous competition topics have included smart cars and…