Health data entrusted to Microsoft: why is the government considering backtracking?

Microsoft premises in Issy-les-Moulineaux, near Paris. (GERARD JULIEN / AFP) Secretary of State for Digital Cédric O announced Thursday, October 8, that he was considering revoking the Health Data Hub storage agreement by the American Microsoft. The Health Data Hub,…

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Air pollution costs 166 billion euros per year, more than 1200 euros on average per capita

Smoke from a factory in the port of Antwerp (Belgian). Illustrative photo. (PHILIPPE CL? MENT / MAXPPP) Pollution with particles or nitrogen oxide reduces life expectancy, causes many heart diseases, asthma. The same goes for the ozone pollution which prevents…

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The European Parliament legislates for the first time on artificial intelligence

Illustrative image on artificial intelligence. (RICHARD BAKER / IN PICTURES) It’s dramatic. have you ever heard a French politician tackle the subject of artificial intelligence? When you type artificial intelligence on the internet, you basically get articles in trade magazines…

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This evening at midnight, the American probe Osiris-Rex will attempt to land on the asteroid Bennu to “go back in time”

The probe is to land on Bennu, some 300 million kilometers from Earth, to take samples. And try to learn more about the formation of the solar system, and the appearance of life. After a journey of some 300 million…

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