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Le Séminaire Palaisien gathers, every first Tuesday of the month, the vast research community of Saclay around statistics and machine learning.
Each seminar session is divided into 2 scientific presentations of 40 minutes each: 30 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of questions, followed by a coffee break.
Within the framework of its Master "Artificial Intelligence & Advanced Visual Computing", the LIX, with the support of DATAIA, organizes seminars about "Ethical issues, law & novel applications of AI".
The goal of the Signal Seminars of Paris-Saclay University (S3), organized by the L2S lab at CentraleSupélec, is to welcome recognized researchers, but also PhD students and post-docs, around the field of signal processing and its applications.
These seminars are a monthly meeting dedicated to question artificial intelligence and more generally digital technologies from a philosophical point of view. They aim to bring together doctoral students in the humanities who work from this perspective.