Making AI services available to as many people as possible
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Project: Artificial Intelligence for All (Humania)

Project leader: Isabelle Guyon - TAU team - Inria Saclay - Île-de-France Activity scope: all sectors lacking in IT specialists: medicine, engineering, social sciences, physics

Aim: to make AI accessible to as many people as possible, reducing the need for expertise in order to use it.  The idea is to organise machine learning competitions using concrete examples of modelling algorithms and pattern recognition in order to develop tools capable of being used by anyone, including non-experts. Running parallel to this, good practices will be devised, aimed at reducing issues linked to bias and non-reproducibility as a result of a lack of data.