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Artificial intelligence - quantifying legal risk

Jean-Michel Prima (*) - 16/05/2019

Divorce. Car accidents. Unfair competition. Wrongful dismissal. Many disputes result in one party being forced to pay a sum of money. An indicative scale is sometimes used to calculate the totals to be paid, something magistrates draw upon when it comes to reaching a ruling. In practice, however, there is often a discrepancy between this figure and the total that is actually paid, reflecting the particularities of each individual case that judges must take into account. As a result, it can be difficult to estimate the total amount of compensation in advance.


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Start up Dilepix à vivatech 2018 From left to right: Aurélien Yol & Alban Pobla from Dilepix and Eric Fleury, director of Inria De Paris

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VivaTechnology: feedback from the Rennes-based start-up Dilepix

Nathalie Lacaux - 25/05/2018

The third edition of the VivaTechnology trade show runs from 24th to 26th May in Paris. This international event brings together thousands of start-ups, directors and thought leaders from across the world in order for them to invest, work together and exchange ideas. The Rennes-based start-up Dilepix, a company that began life within the Inria research centre in Rennes, was one of twelve Inria start-ups to participate at this major innovation event. We met with the company’s founders, Aurélien Yol and Alban Pobla, to find out how they got on.


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InriaTech Sud-Est, a transfer accelerator supporting the ecosystem in south-eastern France

A. Brillu (Citizen press) - 19/03/2019

Launched in April 2018, the InriaTech Sud-Est platform strengthens the dynamic of technology transfer towards companies among research teams at the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre. The future looks bright for this initiative. 


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Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, visited Inria Chile

Laurence Goussu (*) - 30/07/2019

On the occasion of the visit to Chile, Jean-Yves Le Drian visited the only Inria Center located outside of France on July 25.
This visit reinforces the commitments agreed by both nations on October 8, 2018, when the leaders of Chile and France decided to adopt a bilateral roadmap that defines the scope of the relationship between both countries for the next three years. One of the relevant points of this bilateral roadmap is the intensification of economic exchanges between France and Chile, with special emphasis on innovation, artificial intelligence, information and communication technologies, and sustainable development. In particular, they agreed on the importance of the existing Franco-Chilean research centers, such as Inria Chile, which are drivers for technological innovation.


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Falco: smart marina management

Mediathena - NLJ (*) - 26/06/2019

It was within Inria’s Eva team that a high-performance wireless communication technology was developed. This technology has since been deployed by Wattson Elements, which uses it in the pleasure boat industry. With support from Inria, it has developed a platform around this technology, dubbed Falco, which offers new services to port managers and amateur sailors alike. Interview with Elsa Nicol, chief executive at Wattson Elements.


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