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.
Inria presents its latest scientific results and innovations in Human-computer interaction at the 2017 CHI conference
Inria is presenting its Human-computer interaction (HCI) expertise at the 2017 annual CHI conference taking place this year in Denver, USA, from 6 to 11 May. Each year, this very prestigious and selective event rewards the best research carried out throughout the world in the field of HMI. An historic event in the field, this year it is focusing on the theme "Explore, Innovate, Inspire" and will bring together people from multiple disciplines and cultures in order to explore new ways to design, develop and assess methods and systems... Several Inria research teams, who have distinguished themselves as being among the best in the world in this domain, are taking part. Here is a close-up of the work carried out within Potioc, the Bordeaux-based team.
- CHI 2017
- Physiological signals
- Tangible Interaction
- 3D Interaction
- Cognitives Sciences
- Human-computer Interaction
- Virtual Reality
- Brain-computer Interfaces
- Augmented Reality
The ALMAnaCH project team is based at the Inria Paris Research Centre and is headed by Benoît Sagot. ALMAnaCH is an Inria project team which follows on from the Alpage project team.
The second edition of the CNIL-INRIA "Privacy Protection" Award starts on 2 May 2017. It will reward a scientific paper on privacy and personal data protection published in 2015-2016. The award is intended to raise awareness and promote research on privacy and data protection.
Research - Cinema
The working methods of the cinematographic industry are rapidly changing. New technologies are emerging. They are revolutionising opportunities and impacting film content. They are profoundly changing the ways in which content is created, not only by cutting costs but also by fostering team creativity. It is against this backdrop that the University of Rennes 1 and Inria, the Public Research Institute devoted to digital sciences, founded, along with the company SolidAnim, a joint research and innovation laboratory devoted to the virtual environment 3D cinema industry.
i2-DRIVE is the second Convergence Institute at the Université Paris-Saclay.The Inria is responsible for its scientific coordination and the Institute was set up after being selected following a tender for the “Convergence Institute” project, part of the future investment programme. It is a collective and interdisciplinary project focusing on the scientific challenges associated with the data sciences and the socio-economic issues they raise.
The goal of the SmartMarina project is to use Internet of Things technology to monitor boat mooring occupancy and water/electricity use in the of Cap d'Agde marina, one of the three largest marinas in Europe.
Fujitsu plans to invest €50 million in France to develop its competence in data processing and artificial intelligence. The major Japanese firm is seeking to work with Inria's researchers, starting with the Datashape team.
- Topological data analysis
- Frédéric Chazal
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre
- Artificial intelligence
Supported by French research institute Inria, SimGrid is an open source tool for the simulation of distributed systems. Over the last 15 years, it has become a staple in more than one scientific community across the globe, contributing to performance optimization in many contexts. The next challenge is to help SimGrid reach the industry, an effort for which Inria is about to start a two-year Technical Action, as project coordinator Martin Quinson explains.
Collège de France
Jean-Daniel Boissonnat is the new holder of the chair « Informatics and Computational Sciences » at Collège de France.
His lecture ils called "Computational Geometry: data, models, programs". he gace his inaugural lecture at Collège de France on 23 March. Discover or watch again the video of his lecture available on Open access from the Collège de France.website.
- Geometrie algorithmique Programme Géométrie Données Jean-Daniel Boissonnat Collège de France Leçon inaugurale Inria Centre de recherche Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Chaire informatique et sciences numériques
- Gérard Berry
Inria Research Centers
- Proxima: towards safer processors
- Yanlei Diao is awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for her "Big Fast Data" project
- Francis Bach, winner of a 2016 ERC Consolidator Grant
- Inria’s Alpage project team: historians and computer scientists unite in the European Parthenos project
- Jan Ramon: “machine learning, at the heart of research”
- Best paper award for ASCOLA research team
- Best paper award for Michael Doehler and Laurent Mevel from I4S research team
- Best paper / International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming (ICALP)
- Isabelle Herlin in the management team
- Eric de la Clergerie (EPI Alpage), donnera une conférence lors de la cérémonie d'ouverture des Olympiades de mathématiques