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Jonàs Martinez Bayona, keeping up to speed with research in Europe

Mediathena - 24/05/2019

Having moved to France in 2014, Jonàs Martinez Bayona, a young researcher at Inria Nancy - Grand Est, has just been named scientific correspondent for Europe. His role? To find out as much as he can about the various calls for projects launched at European level, to identify potential partners and to liaise with all teams from Inria Nancy - Grand Est.

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Lucca Hirschi, a new researcher within the Pesto team

A-L.Charbonnier - 21/05/2019

We met up with Lucca Hirschi, 29, who joined Inria as a research fellow on 1st January 2019 as part of the Pesto team, a joint undertaking involving Inria and Loria.

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Marie-Dominique Devignes - © Re.Med. / Nov 2018

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

In the AI garden: the decision tree

A-L.C (*) - 23/04/2019

Meeting with Marie-Dominique Devignes researcher CNRS in the project team CAPSID common to INRIA Nancy-Grand Est and laboratory Loria, a specialist in bioinformatics.

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Jérôme François and Olivier Festor, team RESIST Inria Nancy - Grand Est

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IEEE IM did not RESIST to rewarding 3 scientists from our center!

Véronique Poirel - 17/04/2019

Three researchers from the RESIST research team, based at Inria in Nancy and at the Loria laboratory, were honoured during the 16th International IFIP/IEEE Symposium, IM 2019. The symposium was dedicated to integrated network management, and took place in Washington DC between the 8th to 12th April.

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Moving towards a simple and secure multilingual voice interaction system

Isabelle Kling - 10/04/2019

Through the European COMPRISE (COst-effective, Multilingual, PRIvacy-driven voice-enabled SErvices) project, Inria and its European partners plan to develop a new kind of voice interaction technology. Envisaged as a digital tool that can be easily integrated into multiple applications, it will also ensure the privacy of each user’s data.  

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François Charpillet - Christine Perret Guillaume - © Re.Med. / Nov 2018

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

AI – helping people live longer

A-L C - 22/03/2019

The Grand Est region has mobilised in order to establish a centre for research in ageing with the help of the Regional Council, the ARS regional health agency and the CARSAT retirement and occupational health and safety fund. Meanwhile, a multidisciplinary scientific group of geriatricians, psychologists, sociologists, mathematicians and IT engineers has already been working for a few years alongside industry partners and user associations (Welcoop Cooperative, Pharmagest, the Nancy ONPA healthy ageing organisation, etc.) to improve the quality of life of the elderly through their living environment.

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Experimental platform of the RESIST team to evaluate the security of connected objects

Connected Object Security

SCUBA: a tool chain for connected object security

Dominique Fidel @Citizen press - 13/03/2019

To better diagnose risks and analyse threats that might affect connected objects, with the aim of managing and preventing those risks and threats: this is the vision of the SCUBA project, under development by the RESIST team since 2018. 

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8th of March in Nancy

Digital sciences know no gender! Three women tell their stories...

Véronique Poirel - 8/03/2019

The first human to have created a computer programme was a woman: Ada Lovelace, who was born in 1815, was actually the first person ever to write an algorithm that could be executed by a machine!

Well before her, Hypatia of Alexandria, a mathematician and astronomer born between 355 and 370 AD, had already drawn up a process for constructing an astrolabe, to predict the position of the planets. 

After that, many other women followed her lead and had a decisive influence on the history of computing: Grace Hopper, Hedy Lamarr, Ingrid Daubechies and many others... contrary to sexist stereotypes, their stories throw a more egalitarian light on the history of the digital sciences.

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Erwan Kerrien - © Re.Med. / Nov.2018

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

Humans and software: sharing intelligence

A-L C - 18/02/2019

The remarkable achievements of AI in the health sector, to give just one example, have made it a promising new field for GAFA and BATX (their Chinese competitors). Caught up in the myriad media releases and fabulous promises, there is a growing need for clarity and education. Within this context, we met with Erwan Kerrien, an IT researcher in the Magrit team, a joint undertaking of the Inria Nancy - Grand Est centre and Loria. Erwan’s work is centred around the quest for artificial intelligent images.

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© Nature/Nigam Shah, Adrien Coulet

Health

Using Algorithms to adjust doses of medication

1/02/2019

Adrien Coulet, lecturer at the Université de Lorraine and researcher in a joint team at Inria and Loria working in collaboration with researchers from Stanford University, has created an algorithm based on medical data to predict the need to prescribe a reduced dose of medication for a patient rather than a standard dose. An article about their research has been published in "Nature - Scientific Reports".

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