The ongoing technological revolution – the Internet, nanotechnologies, renewable energy, genetic engineering, among others – is affecting the world more radically and rapidly than any in history. At the same time major changes are taking place in demographics, the climate and natural resources. Feeding the world, poverty, globalization, pose problems that can only be solved by technological innovation. The world is changing fundamentally. This affects us all, in business, in our private lives, in our roles as citizens.
ParisTech Review assesses how these technological innovations and fundamental changes impact business, the economy, society, and individuals. Our contributors are visionary business leaders, experts, and researchers who specialize in these fields. Our difference: unconstrained, unbiased and rigorous analysis. Our goal: to stimulate non-ideological and non-political debates (save when we debunk these ideologies) and engage our readers.
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