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Conference - Internet
Threats to the future of the press and artistic creation, pervasiveness of the virtual on the real, shrinking of private space: in many debates, the Internet seems to be the designated villain.
But what if the Internet was the greatest ally of our democracy instead?
Place : Hubert Curien conference room, Les Champs Libres, Rennes
Guest(s) : Anne-Marie Kermarrec, directrice de recherches au centre Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique et responsable du projet ERC Starting Grant Gossple (vers un Internet personnalisé et distribué) et Dominique Cardon, chercheur associé au Centre d'études des mouvements sociaux (EHESS) et sociologue au Laboratoire des usages d'Orange Labs.
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Seminar - Large scale systems
Place : Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, Lipari room, 11:00 A.M
Guest(s) : François Taïani, School of Computing & Communications, Lancaster University.
Thanks to UBI-CHECK, you will not only learn what a coupled object system is, but above all, you will see how in the future it will be possible to ensure you never forget things.
Awards and distinctions
Alan Schmitt, an Inria researcher working in the Celtique research team, has recently received the Most Influential POPL Paper Award. This award recognises a paper that he co-authored in 2005 as being the most influential paper ten years after its publication. We asked him for his comments.
Freshly recruited by Inria research center, in Rennes, Brittany, France, German scientist Christian Grothoff is to lead a new team that will design innovative network protocols meant to build a decentralised, secure and privacy-preserving communication infrastructure. In that context, one of his goals is to give the world a new and heavily-encrypted payment system that would protect customer's identity while enabling governments to collect taxes. As he explains, TALER has potential for sustaining a more socially-respectable economy.
Research - Privacy
Billions of people surf the web. Surprisingly enough, almost everyone uses a uniquely customized browser. These small differences are tantamount to a distinct digital fingerprint that can be surreptitiously collected by a new breed of inquisitive programs, spurring privacy concerns. A scientist at Inria research center in Rennes, Brittany, France, Benoît Baudry holds that software diversity is also at the crux of the solution against such prying tools.
When analysing an attack on a system, human intervention is still a key factor. But the event logs on the operator's screen display a flood of data. How do you identify the right information? Elvis is a research prototype developed at Rennes. It offers an innovative display technique to highlight the relevant phenomena.
Launched by the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique Research Centre, A||GO is a platform intended to facilitate the use of applications developed by the Institute at the national level. As research engineer Sébastien Campion explains, scientists in many fields, businesses and individuals will soon be able to launch tasks via a simple web interface.
Thursday 24th November, will be held the sixth edition of WOS6 "big data and analytics." This workshop is open to the public and will take place in Technicolor, Cesson-Sévigné (Les Champs Blancs).
Place : Technicolor - Les Champs Blancs - Cesson-Sévigné (35)