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The French Association for Artificial Intelligence (AFIA) is organising a day of presentations and Artificial Intelligence Forecasting in honour of French ECCAI Fellows elected in 2014. This includes Jerome Euzenat, a research director at Inria and the head of the Exmo project-team in Grenoble.
Place : Université Paris Dauphine, salle A709
Guest(s) : Andreas Herzig, François Pachet, Hélène Fargier, Jérôme Euzenat, Leila Amgoud
History of Inria
A mathematician and psychiatrist, he was appointed as a member of IRIA's board of directors in 1970..
- Marcel-Paul Schützenberger
- Langage non contextuel
- Artificial intelligence
- Jacques-Louis Lions
The five-year SYMBRION project (Symbiotic Evolutionary Robot Organisms) has just passed the halfway mark. Twelve European partners are involved in this collaborative robotics project.
Applied Mathematics, Computation and Simulation
The game of Go, a breeding ground for technologies for a number of fields. MoGo, a project coordinated by Olivier Teytaud from the Tao project-team, was invited to attend the 2009 Taiwan Open. It beat the world record for the best performance in 19x19 Go.
Combining innovative Artificial Intelligence and multi-core, message-passing parallelisation, it has been notching up victories against professional players. In addition to its application in the game of Go, this parallel algorithm can also be used to address a vast range of problems.
Taaable is an application that uses case-based reasoning to produce cooking recipes tailored to exactly what the user wants to cook. Research Lecturer Emmanuel Nauer was involved in developing the software as part of his work with the Orpailleur project team. The software won three awards in the Computer Cooking Contest 2015.
European Research Council 2016
A member of the Thoth project team, Julien Mairal has recently been awarded a Starting Grant by the European Research Council (ERC). For a period of five years, the researcher will be able to devote himself to research on big data processing algorithms that are simpler to use and more efficient.
- Scientific research
- INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes
- ERC 2016
- Artificial intelligence
- Data science
- THOTH team
Prizes and distinctions
The 24e International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) was held from June 25 to July 31 in Buenos Aires. On this occasion, Links team submitted an article named Reasonsable Highly Expressive Query Languages, which was awarded and received an honorable mention.
Research and Teaching
Can machines learn for themselves? INRIA researcher Michal Valko is convinced of it. It’s an idea he is passing on to his students in the prestigious MVA Master’s course run by ENS Cachan.
Locating an element in an image by asking a series of questions. That is the purpose of GuessWhat?!, an interactive game created by researchers in the Sequel project team, in collaboration with a Canadian team. More than just a simple game, it is a real technical challenge: teaching a computer to dialogue naturally starting from an image. The first - promising - results have earned the team a publication at the very prestigious CVPR, the biggest international conference in the field of computer vision.
The very first Startup Weekend dedicated to artificial intelligence in France took place from 4-6 November 2016. With 83 participants, 13 projects selected out of the 40 ideas presented and 10 committed mentors, this first edition was a great success.