Accessibility on social networks, a real challenge

The platforms have developed various tools to be usable by everyone, including the blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing. It is clear that they still have a long way to go in this area. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat… social networks have billions of users, but the use of these platforms is not … Read more

An algorithm to better anticipate tsunamis

Paris (AFP) – Tsunamis would be better anticipated if we were able to assess in real time the power of the earthquakes that cause them: an artificial intelligence algorithm, described in a study on Wednesday, could meet this challenge and help limit the damage. On March 11, 2011, one of the world’s strongest earthquakes ever … Read more

How the NLRP3 danger sensor stretches like a thread – Fauna and Flora News

Redness, swelling, pain – these are signs of inflammation. It serves to protect the body against pathogens or foreign substances. Researchers from the universities of Bonn and Cologne were able to show that the inflammatory reactions of an important sensor protein take place in a specific spatial direction. This discovery has the potential to stop … Read more

PhD student in Artificial Intelligence M/F CESI Nanterre CDD

The post Title: Towards an Explicable and Equitable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) Scientific fields: Artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning, statistics.Keywords: XIA or explainable AI methods, fairness algorithms, statistical learning, deep neural network, predictive modeling, biases, decision theory. ManagementThesis supervisor: Ndeye Niang Keita, Head of the MSDMA CEDRIC CNAM team. Co-director or co-supervisor(s): Genane YOUNESS, Teacher-Researcher, … Read more

Paul Courtaud, young boss of Neobrain, specialized in AI

April 28, 2022 will remain etched in his memory. In a cafe, at half past one in the morning, Paul Courtaud signed the lease for his new Parisian premises. It must be said that his start-up, neobrain, needs space: employing 93 employees, it should double its workforce before the end of the year. Already, this … Read more

Explosion on an observed white dwarf – Astronomy and astrophysics news

When stars like our Sun run out of fuel, they shrink to form white dwarfs. Sometimes these dead stars come back to life in a super hot explosion and produce an X-ray fireball. A FAU-led research team has now been able to observe such an X-ray explosion for the very first time. “It was to … Read more

Voyager Labs : l’arme contondante de l’intelligence artificielle

À la fin des années 1960, l’Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) du ministère américain de la défense a été la première agence à lancer un projet de communication interconnectée appelé ARPANET, précurseur de l’internet. Les choses ont beaucoup changé depuis, car l’internet, avec son explosion généralisée, a changé le monde et notre perception de celui-ci. … Read more

What is the purpose of artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a field that appeared in the middle of the 20th century and which has largely imposed itself in our current lifestyles. A truly revolutionary technology, artificial intelligence is a powerful tool at the service of IT and the needs of its users. But what is the real purpose of artificial intelligence? … Read more

Pixel Watch, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel Tablet, AR glasses… All the latest from Google

You will also be interested Highly anticipated product conferences often leave observers hungry after months of speculation and rumors that go unconfirmed. For once, Google went beyond expectations by multiplying announcements, including about novelties that no one had anticipated, at the opening of its conference Google I/O. After a first part devoted to innovations for … Read more