Date de tri
Seminars "Ethical issues, law & novel applications of AI"
Lieu de l'événement
Alan Turing Building, Palaiseau
Date de l'événement (intitulé)
Tuesday, 8 January, 2019
Within the framework of its Master "Artificial Intelligence & Advanced Visual Computing", the LIX, with the support of DATAIA, organizes every Tuesday from 2pm to 3:30pm seminars about "Ethical issues, law & novel applications of AI".
All the dates
Corps de texte
- January 8 - AI@Inria (Research in Artificial Intelligence at Inria). Bertrand Braunschweig, coordinator Inria of the AI national programme
- January 15 - Use of personal data and ethics: Vision & challenges from the industry, Sarah Lannes, Research engineer, IDEMIA
- January 22 - From data protection to data empowerment : how can humans keep the upper hand? Geoffrey DELCROIX, Direction des technologies et de l’innovation, CNIL
- January 29 - Fighting blindness with bionic eyes, Vincent Bismuth, Pixium Vision.
- February 12 - Kernel methods for genetics - Jean-Philippe Vert, Google Paris.
- February 19 - Is ethics computable? - Milad Doueihi, philosopher specialist of digital sciences, Université Paris-Sorbonne
- March 5 - Learning Prosthetics Design : Function, Shape, Style - François Faure, Anatoscope
- March 12 - Gender issues in AI, chatbots & robots - Laurence Devillers, LIMSI & Paris-Sorbonne University