What is the role of computational science research in tackling the big challenges faced by society in terms of the environment, health and the dissemination of knowledge?
Inria draws up its strategic plan for with the aim of contributing, in its field of scientific expertise, to meeting the social and economic challenges of our time. The plan sets out scientific priorities and explains the institute's ambitions and objectives.
Taking advantage of its research results, and for providing the scientific engagements with the best conditions, Inria regularly takes a stand on digital matters.
The Inria monitoring and forecasting cell has risen to the challenge in a white paper devoted to artificial intelligence, a policy document that provides a wide-ranging introduction to the issues raised by the progress of research in the field of AI.
Inria champions Open Access and legislates on the data mining.
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Reflection on the inevitable character of the centralisation of the biometric data.
In accordance with the national research and innovation strategy, alliances are tasked with transforming strategic aims into consistent sets of programmes, through coordination of the different players involved in research. Inria is a founding member of Allistene, a member of Aviesan and an associate member of the Ancre alliance.
EIT ICT Lab
Creating new services and developing new technologies in sectors like quality of life, cities, energy and media is the goal of EIT ICT Labs, a major European laboratory. In collaboration with its 22 other European partners, Inria plays a key role in the operation of this European laboratory working for the benefit of citizens.
Research, innovation, technological development... Inria's strategy on free software concerns all of its activities. One symbol of the efforts made by the institute in the field of free software is the recent creation of the Initiative for Research and Innovation in Free Software, IRILL. Here are some explanations of the approach adopted.