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Data-powered Innovation Review | Wave 4

The monsoon can bring the much needed relief after the drought and heat. A summer field is at its greenest after the morning rain. In the same way, the many “drops of innovation” in this new publication will bring you refreshing, revitalizing perspectives on innovation.

New ways to (b)rainstorm innovative ideas with data and AI

Capgemini’s innovation publication, Data-powered Innovation Review – Wave IV shows you breakthrough concepts, ideas, and stories in business areas as diverse as sustainability, scarcity, and augmentation.

The publication’s 18 articles been crafted by leading Capgemini experts and in collaboration with emerging partners such as AlationCogniteToucan TocoDataRobot, and The Open Group. You’ll find many inspiring examples of it in this edition – ranging from digital twins in the industrial metaverse, “humble” AI, serendipity in user experiences, all the way up to permacomputing and the battle against data waste.

Get ready to inspire your organization, team members, and partners by downloading the publication or viewing the interactive e-book. It showcases an inspiring selection of topics with real-life examples on how to enable innovative change.

The rise of data ignition

The first chapter touches on arguably the most important aspect of becoming a Data Master: the ability to activate data for on-the-ground, real-life business purposes. 

    The rise of data augmentation

    On the second chapter, we zoom in on the many ways AI augments us in our daily lives. The topic is more relevant than ever, as scarcity of skills, expertise and experience has become a key competitive driver. 

      The rise of sustainability data

      Last but certainly not the least chapter of the edition, we bring back one of our key, recurring topics: the use of data and AI to create a better, more sustainable world.  

        Data-powered Innovation Review

        An introduction to Wave 4

        Meet our experts

        Ron Tolido

        Executive Vice President, CTO, Master Architect – Insights and Data
        Ron is the Executive Vice President, CTO, and Chief Innovation Office at Capgemini Insights & Data global business line. He is a Certified Master Architect and a member of the Capgemini group Chief Technology, Innovation & Ventures council.

        Robert Engels

        Vice President, CTIO Capgemini I&D North and Central Europe | Head of Generative AI Lab
        Robert is an innovation lead and a thought leader in several sectors and regions, and holds the position of Chief Technology Officer for Northern and Central Europe in our Insights & Data Global Business Line. Based in Norway, he is a known lecturer, public speaker, and panel moderator. Robert holds a PhD in artificial intelligence from the Technical University of Karlsruhe (KIT), Germany.

        Roosa Säntti

        Head of Insights & Data Finland
        Roosa’s ambition is to make people, organisations and the society to understand the power that lies in their data and how they can harness it to build smarter and more sustainable environment for all. She helps businesses in innovating their strategy with the help of digitalization, technology and data. In her current role she is leading a business unit serving customers within data, analytics and AI. Her special interests lie in the intersection of innovation, technology and people.

          Expert perspectives

          Data and AI, Innovation

          AI-infused innovation for automotive data

          Jean-Marie Lapeyre
          Jul 14, 2022
          Data and AI

          Reinventing data for the push to net zero

          Valérie Perhirin
          Aug 2, 2022
          Data and AI

          AI Panel: How can AI help create a more inclusive world?

          Rajeswaran Viswanathan
          Sep 12, 2022

          Data and AI

          Five ways to battle data waste

          Roosa Säntti
          Sep 15, 2022
          Data and AI

          The role of self-service BI for business agility

          Myles Suer
          Nov 14, 2022