The encounter between digitalized prevention and insurance has resulted in recent years in a multiplication of offers (pay as and how you drive, nutritional or sports coaching), more or less firmly encapsulated in the insurance offer, and with more or less commercial success. Based on a sociological survey combining interviews, archive research and observations of professional meetings, the presentation will focus on the circulation of knowledge and the design methods behind these products. Explanatory paths for the difficult installation of digitalized prevention in the insurance landscape will be proposed. The legal, commercial and technical issues will be joined by the confrontation between planned and actual uses.


Hugo Jeanningros is an assistant professor in sociology at the University of Technology of Troyes and a member of the Computer Science and Digital Society Laboratory (List3n). His research focuses on the production, circulation and uses of knowledge and information, which he studies through a socio-economic approach. He has conducted several research projects at the intersection of the fields of insurance and health, including studies on behavioural insurance and the right to be forgotten.


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