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How Technology Is Pumping Up the Sports Fan Base

23.07.2021

 A decade ago, the decision to bar spectators from the Olympics, as the organizers of the Tokyo games have been forced to do, would have been the death of fan participation in the events. No longer.New technologies, particularly 5G and virtual reality, which were widely used for the first time to enhance the audience experience at…

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Editor’s Picks: Some of the Best of VivaTech 2021

09.07.2021

On the third day of VivaTech at the Paris Exhibition Center at Porte de Versailles, Spot’s handlers decided to take Spot for a walk around the convention floor. Spot did not crave or need the exercise as Spot is, after all, a robot. The walk was just another opportunity to show what Spot can do.Built…

Bold PR Innovations in France following Linkup Between Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Tech-Savvy Startup

30.06.2021

In May, French startup Epresspack, publisher of online newsrooms dedicated to corporate reputation issues, announced - in conjunction with Agence France-Presse (AFP) - the launch of a unique service in France. The goal of this joint venture – MediaConnect - is to facilitate the relationship between communications professionals and their audiences (journalists, bloggers, influencers...).Both a…

The Female Founder Challenge 2021 presents its 10 finalists!

10.06.2021

VivaTech & 50inTech have joined forces with Axa, Clear Channel, Salesforce and Societe Generale to organise the Female Founder Challenge (FFC). This Challenge promotes women-led startups and celebrates the ones that investors should consider regardless of their stage. It facilitates meetings between the 13 VC juries and the 10 finalist startups, aiming to accelerate their…

Living in the Dawn of a Golden Era of Space Exploration

27.04.2021

There is a lot of traffic around Mars these days. The United States, China, the European Space Agency (ESA), India and the United Arab Emirates all currently have probes orbiting the red planet. And while the United States is currently the only one with rovers operating on the surface (and, as of last week, the…

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