Bruno Teboul / Senior Vice President of Science and Innovation, Keyrus Group

Last updated on profile page : April 10th, 2017

BIO

Bruno Teboul holds a Master's Degree in Philosophy, a Master's Degree in Cognitive Science from Ecole Polytechnique (CogMaster, jointly awarded by ENS and EHESS PSL Research University), an Executive MBA from HEC, a Ph.D. of the University Paris-Dauphine. He has spent about 20 years in large groups, holding positions in marketing and digital management (Boulanger, Office Depot, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute, La Poste, Galeries Lafayette, Carrefour, Devoteam).

He is also a web entrepreneur (QXL in 1998, Brandalley in 2006). Since 2013, he is Senior Vice President of Science and Innovation of the Keyrus Group, Member of the Governance of the Data Scientist Chair of Ecole Polytechnique (Keyrus, Thales and Orange).

His transdisciplinary research work (philosophy, economics, digital technologies) revolves around the analysis of numerical disruptions and its societal consequences. He is the author of numerous articles and several books, notably on the Uberisation of the Economy (Uberisation = disrupted economy? Kawa, March 2015), and on Big Data (Data is not given - Big Data And Strategy, Kawa, July 2016).

By Bruno Teboul on Paris Innovation Review

La numérisation du monde a pour conséquence de placer les données numériques au centre des échanges économiques et sociaux. Nous produisons une quantité croissante de données, que des technologies de plus en plus sophistiquées permettent de faire circuler, de sécuriser, d'analyser. Une économie de la donnée tente de rendre compte de la valeur de ces opérations. Des politiques de la donnée sont mises en œuvre par les États et les grandes corporations. Un business se développe, notamment autour du Big Data. Mais la nature précise de la donnée reste floue. Une approche philosophique, comme celle menée par Luciano Floridi, peut en affiner la définition.
Ongoing digitization has placed data at the center of economic and social life. We are producing a growing amount of data that are exchanged, secured and analyzed by increasingly sophisticated technologies. Data economics defines the value of these operations. Data policies are implemented both by governments and large corporations. An emerging business revolves around big data. But the precise nature of a datum remains unclear. A philosophical approach, as led by Luciano Floridi, can help us refine the definition.

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