In Israel, artificial intelligence to prevent drownings at sea

According to al-Jazeera, Shireen Abu Akleh was killed “in cold blood” by Israeli forces. American-Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, one of the most famous of the pan-Arab channel al-Jazeera, was shot dead on Wednesday morning while covering an Israeli army operation in a tense sector of the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian Ministry of Health … Read more

BeeOdiversity: bees and artificial intelligence against pesticides – WE DEMAIN

BeeOdiversity bees and artificial intelligence against pesticides WE DEMAIN

On May 20, 2022, World Bee Day, it’s hard to miss this start-ups. She is currently present at ChangeNOW dedicated to the ecological transition (in Paris from May 19 to 21). BeeOdiversity is a Belgian company that, since 2014, has been using bees to monitor the quality of biodiversity and pollution levels in specific areas. … Read more

Google would have created the first generalized artificial intelligence, “competing” with the human mind

Google would have created the first generalized artificial intelligence competing

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) DeepMind, a company (belonging to Google) specialized in artificial intelligence, has just presented its new artificial intelligence called “Gato”. Unlike “classic” AIs, which specialize in a specific task, Gato is able to perform more than 600 tasks, often much better than humans. Controversy is … Read more

Trusted data, the Achilles heel of artificial intelligence

Dor several years now, the ecosystem of the digital world, both academic and industrial, has been exploring so-called “trusted” artificial intelligence (AI): we are on the verge of regulation concerning the technological risks of the deployment of AI that mainly highlights the explainability, robustness and transparency of the algorithms. This is the Artificial Intelligence Act … Read more

Artificial Intelligence: Why it is vital to support its integration into the company

Without support, humans often find themselves alone in the face of algorithms intended to make their lives easier. The specialist in business intelligence, Sindup, tells us how, for 10 years, he has been helping organizations to train managers and employees thanks to a catalog designed to address all profiles. Combining artificial intelligence and collective intelligence … Read more

The Val de Marne relies on artificial intelligence to improve its sanitation network

In November 2020, the Seine-Normandy water agency launched a call for innovation projects for water management, “Digital transition and circular economy” to support communities, companies and associations committed to the protection resources and aquatic environments. Two selected projects, based on artificial intelligence, are currently being tested by the Val de Marne department. Urbanization and the … 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

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

Data, artificial intelligence: predictive maintenance on board ships

Data artificial intelligence predictive maintenance on board ships

@Luke Bender Passionate about sailing and new technologies, Nicolas De Laet merged the company Sailsense in 2017 with Yannick Vereerstraeten after a crossing of the Atlantic rich in adventures and ideas. Specialized in predictive maintenance, the company equips boats with sensors and analyzes the data in order to make them more reliable and less expensive. … Read more

Artificial intelligence: five minutes to understand Google’s new skin color detection system

The tech giant wants to commit to diversity. At its annual conference, Google announced last Wednesday the launch of a new shade classification, the Monk Skin Tone (MST) Scale, which, according to the company, will allow a better representation of skin colors across its platforms. Explanations. How does this classification work? Before the creation of … Read more