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From 15 to 20 March 2016 it will be Brain Awareness Week, an event being held all over France. As part of this emblematic week of science, you can learn about the research being carried out at Inria to help us understand more about how this fascinating organ works and, occasionally, to help it work more effectively.
Inria researchers are involved in the study of how our central nervous system works, how to treat it when it goes wrong, how to interact with it and how to model it.
Following the publication of its first White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, Inria unveils a second document, this time on autonomous and connected vehicles, in which it identifies and highlights all the issues surrounding the major advances and innovations in this field. What are the technological and scientific challenges, the economic, social and environmental issues, and the legal and ethical implications? This White Paper is a reference text that evaluates, questions and looks ahead.
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.
The ANR (French National Research Agency) has just given its Young Researcher Award to Adrien Bousseau, a researcher in the GraphDeco project-team at Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée for the DRAO project on digital drawing. This work allows computer vision and 3D image synthesis to be used to automate the creation of drawings while preserving their expressiveness.
- Adrien Bousseau
- Digital images
- Inria - Research Centre Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
- Synthesis of images
- 3D design