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Christine Balagué

Institut Mines-Telecom Business School | #socialnetworks #SIoT #digitaluses #bigdata [toggle title=”Learn more” state=”open”] Innovation in health: towards responsibility Good in Tech: a chair to put responsibility and ethics into innovation Chronic disease: what does the Internet really change in patients’ lives? Coopetition between individuals, little-understood interactions Healthcare: what makes some connected objects a success and […]


Innovation in health: towards responsibility

Digital innovations are paving the way for more accurate predictive medicine and a more resilient healthcare system. In order to establish themselves on the market and reduce their potential negative effects, these technologies must be responsible. Christine Balagué, a researcher in digital ethics at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, presents the risks associated with innovations in […]


Good in Tech: a chair to put responsibility and ethics into innovation

On September 12, the Good in Tech chair was launched with the aim of making digital innovations more responsible and ethical. The chair is supported by the Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, the School of Management and Innovation at Sciences Po, and the Fondation du Risque, in partnership with Télécom Paris and Télécom SudParis. This means […]


Coopetition between individuals, little-understood interactions

Mehdi Elmoukhliss, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School and Christine Balagué, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School [divider style=”normal” top=”20″ bottom=”20″] [dropcap]C[/dropcap]oopetition is a concept used in the field of management science (especially in strategy), originally used to describe situations in which organizations (companies, clubs etc.) simultaneously cooperate and compete with one another, as paradoxical as that may seem. […]


Healthcare: what makes some connected objects a success and others a flop?

Christine Balagué, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School (ex Télécom École de Management) [divider style=”normal” top=”20″ bottom=”20″] [dropcap]W[/dropcap]earing the Oura connected ring on your finger day and night can help you find out how well you sleep. A connected patch diabetics wear on their arms enables them to monitor their blood sugar levels without pricking their fingers. On February […]


Ethics, an overlooked aspect of algorithms?

We now encounter algorithms at every moment of the day. But this exposure can be dangerous. It has been proven to influence our political opinions, moods and choices. Far from being neutral, algorithms carry their developers’ value judgments, which are imposed on us without our noticing most of the time. It is now necessary to […]


The sharing economy: simplifying exchanges? Not necessarily…

The groundbreaking nature of the sharing economy raises hope as well as concern among established economic players. It is intriguing and exciting. Yet what lies behind this often poorly defined concept? Godefroy Dang Nguyen, a researcher in economics at Télécom Bretagne, gives us an insight into this phenomenon. He co-authored a MOOC on the subject […]


Social Media: understanding digital uses

The digital revolution, from which emerged social networks and big data, has led to far-reaching changes in a large number of economic sectors. Businesses need help to develop new strategies suited to these transformations, and it is with this in mind that Christine Balagué, researcher at Télécom École de Management and Vice-President of the National […]