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Glucose is (finally) on Github
(17 May 2023)
Glucose is finally (also) distributed on Github. The idea is simply to allow official forks from Glucose versions. We used to distribute it only via the archives and the [official...
Interview in the Regional Newspaper "Sud-Ouest" about Trustworthy AI
(03 May 2023)
A.I. has been the subject of many, many press articles in recent months. The exposure of tools such as chatGPT4 to the general public accelerates even more the need for...
Invitation to the Simons Institute (Berkeley)
(17 April 2023)
As part of the Simons Institute's SAT Program ([SAT Reunion Semester](https://simons.berkeley.edu/programs/extended-reunion-satisfiability)), I had the pleasure of being invited for a long stay in this famous research place about theoretical computer...
Lauch of the DIHNAMIC European Project
(20 March 2023)
The [Dihnamic](https://www.dihnamic.eu/) project has just been launched very officially. It is a large-scale European and regional project in which I act as a member of the advisory board. The project...
(02 March 2023)
The sixth "Dataquitaine" (a regional scientific event organized in Nouvelle-Aquitaine) days were held on Thursday 2 March 2023 at [Kedge Business School](https://kedge.edu/l-ecole/les-campus/bordeaux), organised by [Digital Aquitaine](https://www.digital-aquitaine.com/) and especially the [Domex...
Since 2021, the members of the regional AI research network have been initiating numerous actions around Artificial Intelligence (e.g. AI4Industry, Dataquitaine or even IA Pau)
The first meeting took place during the PFIA 2021 in Bordeaux. The aim of these days and of the regional AI network is to stimulate and accelerate the meetings between the different actors of AI in New Aquitaine.
The network will accelerate, with a weekly seminar open to all (stay informed!).
The day was organised on the occasion of the meeting between INRIA and DFKI. The presentations within R3IA were rich:
- Laurent Simon: Research in AI at Labri with a focus on SAT approaches, Labri, Bordeaux
- Charles Garnier and Ludwig Joffroy: R&I roadmap at CATIE and Horizon Europe projects in 2023-2024, Bordeaux
- David J. Sherman: Opportunities for learning and explaining microbiomes in agroecology, Inria, Bordeaux
- Clément Moulin-Frier: Grounding Artificial Intelligence in the origins of human behavior, Inria, Bordeaux
- Paul Gay: Asynchronous training of deep learning models with MCMC algorithms, U. Pau
- Gayo Diallo : AI for digital public health, U. Bordeaux
- David Gomez: Artificial Intelligence for Human-Computer Interaction, ESTIA, Bidart
- Laurent Cordier: Control by Reinforcement Learning: The fluidic pinball, U. Poitiers
- David Helbert: Advances in data analysis for coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering cell imaging, XLim and IRCER, U. Poitiers
Thanks again to Frédéric Alexandre and Nicolas Roussel (INRIA, Bordeaux) for the organisation of these days!
(Last Modified date: 05 November 2022)