Where are we going with new generation automation technologies?

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Type: 
Workshop
Date: 
September 29, 2021
Subject Fields: 
Urban History / Studies, Urban Design and Planning, Social Sciences, Sociology, Humanities

FFJ/Valeo Workshop

Where are we going with new generation automation technologies?

Empirical learnings focusing on value creation and human role

Recently, mobility service sector experiences different changes represented by CASE: Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified. For example, autonomous driving is a representative social implementation of so-called “Artificial Intelligence”. Car-sharing service and ride-share service with dynamic pricing are enabled thanks to the diffusion of smartphone. As a result, a new business model like Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform emerges and this may promote a shift from personally-owned modes of transportation towards mobility provided as a service. A common component across these innovative services is that there is an automation somewhere as a driver of innovation. The introduction of next generation automation technologies is not limited to the mobility service sector since new generation automation technologies can process not-purely-numeric data such as image, human voice, natural language text and biological data.

Big things have small beginnings

The main objective of this workshop is to address the fundamental question of the relation between technology and human. How do Connectivity Technologies* redefine the human role? How do CTs transform the value creation process? Is there any specific necessity in stakeholder management? How can CTs change the competitive environment? By answering these questions, this workshop aims at prefiguring the opportunities and challenges towards technology-oriented business model innovation.

  • 29 September 2021 | 9.30 - 13.15 (France) | 16.30 - 20.15 (Japan)
  • Online - In English
  • Speakers: Marc Alochet (Ecole Polytechnique), Koichiro Eto (FFJ-EHESS, AIST), Hiroki Matsu-ura (ELYZA), Soichiro Minami (PRILIT), Daniel Perez (Imperial College London), Haruki Sawamura (FFJ-EHESS, Ecole Polytechnique), Véronique Steyer (Ecole Polytechnique), Louis Vuarin (Ecole Polytechnique), Tatsuki Yamanami (Scheme verge)
  • Opening remarks and discussants: Alexandre Faure (FFJ-EHESS), Sébastien Lechevalier (FFJ-EHESS), Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni (Valeo Group Corporate), Haruki Sawamura (FFJ-EHESS, Ecole Polytechnique)
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