Aurélie Jean has been working in the algorithmic sciences for over fifteen years, applying them to engineering, medicine, education, economics, finance and journalism. After spending nine years in the USA at institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Bloomberg, Aurélie now lives and works between Los Angeles (USA) and Paris (France), where she divides her time between consulting and development, R&D and continuing university teaching.
In 2016, Aurélie founded In Silico Veritas, an algorithmic and data consulting and development agency. She also founded a deep tech startup in artificial intelligence in the field of early detection of breast cancer.
Aurélie sits on the boards and supervisory councils of a number of European and American companies, and is also an investor. She contributes to mainstream media on scientific and technological subjects, including Le Figaro, Les Echos, Project Syndicate, HBR and Le 1 hebdo. Aurélie is also the author of four essays: De l'autre côté de la Machine (2019), L'apprentissage fait la force (2020), Les Algorithmes font-elles la Loi? (2021) and Data & Sport: la révolution (2023), as well as a futuristic novel, Résistance 2050 (2023), published by L'Observatoire, and more recently a book for young people, Algorithmes, bientot maitres du monde? in the ALT collection published by La Martinière Jeunesse (2023).
DSI 2024: it is the butter, the money, and the creamery. He can do anything!
Immerse yourself in the challenges and new approaches of the CIO in 2024. Faced with perpetual crises and crucial financial and technological issues, the CIO is now a true Business Partner. Find out how this change is redefining their role, from managing the impact on the business to adopting a more open approach. An opportunity during the crisis for the CIO to climb the ladder and occupy a strategic position within organisations.
Moderated by Eric Domage, Observer of the universes IT B2B
- Laurent Primaux, Technical Director, Zoomalia
- Julien Villecroze, CIO, Groupe Stelliant
All equal before NIS2: yes, you too (at the back of the room) are concerned!
Discover the colossal legislative impact of the NIS2 regulation on businesses, the challenges it presents, and how to turn this obligation into a strategic opportunity. Explore the bold ambitions of NIS2 in terms of cybersecurity, broadening its scope and strengthening the obligations of public and private players. Businesses need to anticipate these changes and prepare for new responsibilities to ensure the security of their information systems.
Moderated by Jérôme Saiz, Business protection expert, OPFOR Intelligence
- Benoît Fuzeau, President of CLUSIF and Head of Information Security, Casden
- Arnaud Philippe, Director of the Quality & Security Department, Data Protection Delegate, Médiamétrie
- Aurélie Klein, Lawyer of Counsel, Digital, Tech & Data, Head of Digital Innovation at FIDAL and Associate Lecturer at the University of Strasbourg
- Alexandra Iteanu, Avocat à la Cour, Digital, Cybersecurity & Data, head of the Data and RGPD department at ITEANU AVOCATS and lecturer at Sorbonne Paris University.
Green IT: no more pious hopes, now it's time for reality!
Ethical and responsible digital issues have become a priority in recent years. Looking beyond the technical and budgetary aspects of Green IT, our discussion explores ethical consistency within companies. How can environmental responsibility be reconciled with the inclusive treatment of employees? Together, let's tackle the great challenge of responsible digital computing and question the values that guide our choices in this constantly evolving digital age. Join us for an in-depth look at digital responsibility, an imperative in the face of the IT sector's growing carbon footprint.
Moderated by Mélanie Benard-Crozat, Editor in chief S&D Magazine and IMPACT FOR THE FUTURE
- Marie Ait-Daoud, Green IT Manager, Vinci
- Romuald Ribault, Responsible and Committed Marketing Director, Ecologic
- Maud Cailly, Responsible Digital Coordinator, RATP
AI under the bonnet of CIOs!
Out with theories, in with practice! Cybersecurity plays a central role in this support, responding to the concerns of businesses that are demanding innovation without compromising security. It is vital to highlight the crucial need for CIOs to have an advanced technological vision if they are to harmonise the adoption of AI with the ways in which business lines work. Let's explore together how to meet the challenges and overcome the fears associated with integrating AI into our organisations.
Securing tomorrow's industry: an imperative at the heart of Industry 4.0
The IoT, a veritable revolution in everyday life, raises crucial cybersecurity challenges. Between business opportunities and vital issues, find out how to secure these connected objects that impact our professional and personal lives. This is an opportunity to define the essential role of cybersecurity throughout the IoT chain, from design to operation. Dive into the heart of French industry, its frenetic pace of innovation, and understand the challenges posed by a sometimes obsolete infrastructure.
Moderated by Coralie Héritier, Founder and CEO, Hanabi
- Fabrice Bru, Director of Cybersecurity "Groupement Les Mousquetaires" and Director of CESIN
It's not up to SMEs to adapt to cybersecurity; it's up to cybersecurity to adapt to SMEs!
The world of cybersecurity needs to be redefined from a new angle, one that is specifically adapted to SMEs. Far removed from the structure of large groups, SMEs face unique challenges that require an innovative approach. Find out how these dynamic players are navigating the complex cybersecurity landscape by leveraging the ecosystem and strategic partnerships. Agile budgets and measured customisation are at the heart of this new approach. Join the discussion to find out how SMEs can successfully reinvent cybersecurity on their own scale.
Moderated by Caroline Moulin-Schwartz, Technical Delegate, CRIP
- Jérôme Notin, Director General of the GIP ACYMA cybermalveillance.gouv.fr
- Gilles Casteran, CEO, Memority
Harmony at your fingertips
How orchestral leadership principles can be applied to digital transformation management. A renowned conductor will share perspectives on coordination, harmony, and the need to adapt to unforeseen changes.
With Zahia Ziouani, Conductor, Divertimento Academy