Data is a great tool for thinking about progress. It allows us to measure our actions, understand the phenomena and give us the insights to make decisions. With this in mind, 10h11 invests, through this R&D work, in the concept of ethics as technological responsibility. We believe that our technologies can be more efficient, that we can use fewer resources for even better results.
By 2030, the digital economy will reach 50% of global energy consumption, eventually becoming the world’s largest consumer. We must become aware of this phenomenon and act, both in our working methods and in our approach to technological resource issues, to reduce our impact and do better with less.
Since 2011, our team has been working with associations and schools to promote the transfer of knowledge, skills, intergenerational thinking as a key to success and to give everyone a chance to get into the digital world. It is with pleasure that we collaborate hand in hand with the association EGEE (Generation Agreement for Employment and Enterprise) on governance issues.
In parallel, we invest many hours of our time to train the younger generation in digital schools. We participate in associative calls as well as in-depth calls for art in the city. The goal is, above all, to continue believing that we will succeed with our clients if diversity, social connection, scientific approach and creativity are maintained at all levels of our society as well as our business relationships.
Technical innovation as a technology can not be thought or put into production without the concept of economic progress. Thus, we invest every year in research and development to ensure that our products are adaptable and scalable for the greatest number while seeking the best financial balance through their marketing.
Big Data, like the AI, are worlds under construction, constantly changing. We must act to continually challenge ourselves and question the ability of our tools to be responsible, but also accessible to think a more efficient world.