Olivier Disle - Marie-Helene Caillol - Francis Aubert - Eric Ballot - Olivier Siegler - Yvan Measson

Une Journée en 2053 (One Day in 2053)

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INTRODUCTION

 

When the barcode first appeared in our lives 40 years ago, how did we imagine the daily life of people at the start of the 21st century? Everything, more or less, had been considered except the emergence of the Internet and the digital boom which have greatly upset our codes and consumption habits. Trying to project ourselves into 2053 today is not an easy exercise and certain factors, as yet unknown, will most certainly change our vision. But let us dare all the same to shine a spotlight on this future which is both near and far: how will we live in 2053? What will we eat? How will we do our shopping? What will be the major challenges for industry and commerce? What places will technologies hold in our everyday life? What relationship will we have with robots? Will we always move towards more globalization? What forms of governance are we heading towards?

Une Journée en 2053 is the compilation of the interventions of a conference organized by GS1 on the occasion of the 40 years of the bar code in August 2013, a conference whose characteristic was to bring together with happiness a panel of professionals from sufficiently diverse backgrounds to that there emerges a real “vision” of what our society could look like in 2053. This “vision” is based on the analysis of current problems to which men and women are working to provide solutions for the future. Six of them present their “work-modeler of the future” in this book.

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AUTEURS

Olivier Disle

Olivier Disle

Olivier Disle, who worked in advertising agencies (Young & Rubicam, Saatchi & Saatchi, BETC) and then in brand strategy consulting (Interbrand) now heads the Marketing Action Pole of ObSoCo (The Consumer Society Observatory) . He teaches at Sciences Po as part of the Master in Communication.

Marie-Helene Caillol

Marie-Helene Caillol

Marie-Helene Caillol is president of the European Laboratory for Political Anticipation (LEAP / Europe2020), a think tank that has developed and formalized the method of political anticipation. Founded in 1997 by Franck Biancheri (1961-2012), it publishes the GEAB (GlobalEurope Anticipation Bulletin), a monthly letter on the global systemic crisis distributed in 4 languages.

Francis Aubert

Francis Aubert

Francis Aubert is professor of regional economics at AgroSup Dijon and researcher at INRA (National Institute for Agronomic Research) within the CESAER laboratory. He is also Director of the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme in Dijon and President of the Intermediate City group as part of the “Territories 2040” mission.

Eric Ballot

Eric Ballot

Eric Ballot is Professor of Production Systems and Logistics at the Ecole Mines ParisTech. The work carried out within his team is based on modeling and field analyzes to solve problems posed by partners or contribute to scientific reflection. Eric Ballot is also a member of the review committees of Club DEMETER, of the FIVES observatory on the Factories of the Future, of the plenary logistics committee of PREDIT and Judicial Expert at the Paris Court of Appeal.

Olivier Siegler

Olivier Siegler

Olivier Siegler is Associate Director at Capgemini Consulting, in charge of the Consumer Goods sector. He has worked with the leaders of this industry for 23 years, for whom he is led both to think in the long term on the evolution of their markets and on their levers of international growth, and at the same time to put in is implementing the necessary transformations in the short term to better address them.

Yvan Measson

Yvan Measson

Yvan Measson is a roboticist at CEA List, an institute of the CEA, the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission. Responsible for robotics and virtual reality, he works within a business development team on robotics applications to different universes (industry, health, military). He graduated from the Ecole Centrale de Nantes and holds a DEA in robotics.

SOMMAIRE

  • Avant-propos
  • Préface (PAR PIERRE GEORGET)
  • On se trompe toujours en imaginant le futur. Et pourtant… (PAR OLIVIER DISLE)
  • Un paysage politico-institutionnel européen et mondial possible (PAR MARIE-HÉLÈNE CAILLOL)
    • La crise systémique globale comme fabrique du monde de demain
    • Vers quelle gouvernance mondiale tendons-nous?
    • Le global: vers un panier de monnaies en guise de monnaie de réserve internationale
    • Globalisation, protectionnisme: à quel stade du cycle en serons-nous en 2053?
    • Des processus de démocratisation dans le monde à l’horizon 2053
    • Quid des États-Unis ?
    • Quelle Europe en 2053 ?
    • Quels obstacles sur la route vers 2053 ?
  • Demain, quels scénarii pour les territoires ? (PAR FRANCIS AUBERT)
    • Introduction
    • Les villes européennes, îlots de stabilité dans un champ de tensions d’échange ?
    • Le système spatial des villes intermédiaires et de leurs espaces de proximité
    • Des scénarii pour penser les évolutions des territoires
    • Bibliographie
  • Vers un Internet Physique (PAR ÉRIC BALLOT)
    • Pourquoi un nouveau paradigme logistique ?
    • Internet Physique: concevoir l’interconnexion logistique
    • Un exemple de simulation dans les PGC
    • Quelques applications…
    • Le futur se prépare aujourd’hui
  • Les robots marchent vers l’autonomie: libérez les robots (PAR YVAN MEASSON)
    • La recherche de l’efficience
    • Robotiser ou humaniser ?
    • Évolutions des solutions industrielles
    • Autonomie: perception / décision / apprentissage
    • En conclusion…
    • Annexe: un peu d’histoire
  • Alimentation humaineen 2053 – quelle réponse au crash des protéines ? (PAR OLIVIER SIEGLER)
    • Introduction
    • 1. L’origine et l’ampleur du crash des protéines
    • 2. Les insectes: une réponse au crash des protéines
    • 3. Trois autres réponses possibles au crash des protéines
    • Conclusion
  • Notes
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