Decathlon becomes an online intermediary for sports travel

Decathlon is launching a multiservice marketplace dedicated to sports stays called Decathlon Travel. The northern brand that sells sports equipment offers a new networking platform in tourism, a sector particularly affected by the health crisis over the past 18 months. There is something for everyone, from skiing, cycling, diving or even hiking, and for all…

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Why make software robots our allies?

While such a sentiment is perfectly legitimate, it’s time to see robots from another perspective: as allies. Contrary to certain popular beliefs, collaboration between humans and digital resources is a guarantee of efficiency, increased revenue and a guarantee of the satisfaction of employees who will also be more productive. Employee satisfaction is the indicator that…

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Netflix, still the favorite service of Americans

Netflix is ​​increasingly competing in its territory, and even lost subscribers during the second quarter of 2021. But the service maintains a strong notoriety among American users in a context of very stiff competition with the studios which have invested heavily in their SVOD services this year. 5 SVOD services per household The study indicates…

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Telegram bots attack one-time passwords

Bots running on Telegram are used to steal one-time passwords used in two-factor authentication (2FA). On Wednesday, researchers at Intel 471 said they had seen an “increase” in the number of such services provided in underground circles. Over the past few months, it seems that the variety of solutions to bypass two-factor authentication has increased,…

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Alternatives to GPS are starting to generate interest

In a short time, GPS has become the backbone of consumer technology and the critical infrastructure for navigation and timing applications. What makes us think twice about the potential vulnerabilities of this network of 31 satellites, and the consequences of a catastrophic malfunction or a major attack on this infrastructure. “GPS / GNSS / PNT…

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Why each country must forge its own definition of what ethical AI would be

In France as elsewhere, each country must now decide what it considers an acceptable use of artificial intelligence (AI), in order to know, for example, whether the use of facial recognition in public spaces should be accepted or prohibited. For Ieva Martinkenaite, head of analytics and AI at Scandinavian operator Telenor, public debate is the…

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Drones and facial recognition to save koalas

The Australian government has partnered with Flinders University and the Koala Life charity to use drones and facial recognition technology to count and identify koalas. This non-invasive monitoring technique will be used in a study of koalas from Kangaroo Island and Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges to understand their numbers, movements, behavior and physiology, and to…

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Retail media, a market of the future for mass distribution

Is the world of retail media in turmoil? The Carrefour and Fnac-Darty banners have launched their own retail media platform in recent months, Carrefour in June 2021 through “Carrefour Links”, and Fnac-Darty last month, with its new “MyRetailink” offer. For brands and agencies, this is the promise of more granular measurement of conversion data. Retailers,…

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Dell Technologies Testing Hybrid Emulation Platform for Quantum Computing

Dell Technologies said it has tested a hybrid emulation platform that can allow developers to run quantum applications on traditional infrastructure. In a blog post, Dell Technologies CTO John Roese described the emulation platform, which uses the Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd and IBM’s Qiskit Runtime, an open-source container service for quantum computers. With technology teams…

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DevOps, one-click definition

In the continuity of Agile, DevOps, a contraction of Development and Operations, aims to bring developers and IT operations closer together in order to accelerate the production of applications, in particular on the cloud. IT is crazy about (beautiful) stories, like the birth of Apple in a garage. The birth of DevOps also has its…

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