For several years, innovations have been transforming the world in a fundamental way, at an unprecedented rate. The new waves of technological innovation promise to be just as powerful.
They will create new opportunities, generate new business and provide entrepreneurs and companies with incredible areas to work with.
They will also have fundamental consequences, not always predictable and for the most part irreversible. They will change our lives, our societies and our economies. Are we really moving towards increased intelligence? Will we live in space, will we be happy there? Will urban air mobility appeal to the widest possible audience?
Will crypto-currency keep the promise of accessibility for all, especially the poorest, or will it become a machine for laundering illegal money? Will the quantum computer help us solve the unsolvable problems of today?
Will technological innovations be combined with energy efficiency and access to education for all?
We are very fortunate to be able to witness these developments. It is up to us to answer these questions and build the world we want. We are responsible for the world of tomorrow. Thanks to Viva-Tech for being VivaPeople and VivaPlanet too!

New Tech

New Space

New Space, which seeks to develop low-cost, mainstream access to space exploration, is the ambition of an emerging space industry driven by new stakeholders.

Urban Air Mobility

With transportation accounting for 30% of greenhouse gas emissions1 and considering that 8 French people in 10 own a car2, the question of moving on towards new urban mobility models is more relevant than ever. Uber, RATP or startup Lilium are all hedging their bets on urban air mobility.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence can be defined as the simulation of human intelligence using computer systems. By working with humans, this technology could serve to amplify human intelligence and obtain an augmented form of intelligence.

Quantum Computing

No idea what the word “quantum” actually means? Rest assured, you’re not alone. “Nobody understands quantum mechanics“, observed physician R. Feynman in 1965. Fifty years later, research has made leaps and bounds, and the advent of quantum computing seems to be just around the corner.


Cryptocurrencies are a means of virtual payment, used mainly over the Internet. This form of payment uses cryptography to ensure secure financial transactions and create units of currency that escape the control of regulators and central banks.

The conditions of success

  • Energy consumption & innovation
  • Changing education and training
  • Collaboration, vital for growth
  • Which framework for consumer data?
  • Supervising the emergence of new technologies