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Futur en Seine
As part of the Futur en Seine, Inria is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Web alongside Tim Berners Lee, the inventor of this fantastic tool! On 13 June, at a conference, Sir Tim will share the challenges that, from his point of view, await the Web in the next 25 years. His speech will be followed by a discussion with various Web experts, including Fabien Gandon, manager of the Inria Wimmics project team, who will give us his vision of the Web.
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Inria is a partner of the global 'Futur en Seine' Festival, which will take place in Paris and Ile-de-France from 12 to 22 June. The theme of this fifth festival? Changing the way we see and "do things" together, thanks to digital technology. In two words: "Made with "!
The 9th edition of Futur.e.s (formerly Futur en Seine) takes place from 21 to 23 June 2018 in the Grande Halle of La Villette. Futur.e.s - the biggest European festival dedicated to digital innovation - has established itself as an unmissable event. This year, Inria is again participating in the festival's stated objective: to incorporate the emergence of new uses at the heart of the experience offered to the visitors.
For 10 years now, FUTUR.E.S has been one of the main events on the tech scene in France, and in Europe more generally. Our researchers will attend conferences on health, disabilities and data security. On top of all of that, the demos space will be the setting for the launch of the AGILIS project, a neuroprosthesis designed to help people who have been paralysed regain their mobility, while the Inria Expo will look back on the story of the digital revolution.
The 10th edition of Futur.e.s will be held at the Mobilier National - Galeries des Gobelins from 13 to 14 June 2019. The first European festival of digital and sustainable innovation, Futur.e.s gives visitors the opportunity to explore different possible futures together and to give expression to digital plurality.
Cédric Lauradoux, an Inria researcher with the Privatics team, will be taking part in a round table entitled “Will there be a Cambridge Analytica for our health data ?”