Updated on 22/02/2024
Artificial intelligence does not exist... but the combined power of available data, algorithms (often based on learning approaches) and computational resources is opening up tremendous prospects in many fields. A large number of INRIA project teams are working in what is now called artificial intelligence (AI), with diverse approaches and numerous applications, often in an interdisciplinary context, for example in health. How to couple AI approaches and numerical simulation? How to integrate these algorithms into embedded systems? How to certify artificial intelligence? There is no shortage of challenges, often in the context of industrial partnerships.
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