Innovation Processes Revisited by Internet

  • Serge Soudoplatoff
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3908)


Internet, far from being a simple technology, is truly changing our way of life. Just as the invention of the alphabet, or the printing, Internet is a fundamental technology that we have designed, but which, in turn, is impacting our behavior, our relationship with the world and ourselves. By empowering ordinary citizens, it helps us to face a cognitive paradigm shift. This is deeply rooted in the design process of Internet, which has led a new way to perform innovation.


Business Model Venture Capitalist Media Industry Telecommunication Industry Telecommunication Operator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Serge Soudoplatoff
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  1. 1.Partnership & Martech Director, Co-founder and President, AlmatropieFrance

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