Inria at 'Futur en Seine', request the programme
Inria is a partner of the global 'Futur en Seine' Festival, which will take place in Paris and Ile-de-France from 12 to 22 June. The theme of this fifth festival? Changing the way we see and "do things" together, thanks to digital technology. In two words: "Made with "!
Inria invites you to visit its stand at the Centre National des Arts et Métiers (Cnam) from Thursday 12 to Sunday 15 June, for an eclectic journey and meetings that are open to everyone. Entry to the festival and access to the conferences are free of charge; online registration is advisable.
Come along to our stand in the main Cnam courtyard from Thursday 12 June for interactive displays based on the survey "The French and digital technology", the best research videos and a presentation of our work on smart cities, education, privacy and using digital sciences in healthcare.
Take part in free demonstrations at the stand and in the Innovation Village:
- PaperTonnetz, the interactive paper for composing music (Thursday 12 and Friday 13 June on the stand)
- Pl@ntNet, the mobile application which allows users to collect, annotate and search for images to help them identify plants ("Collaborer" Area of the Innovations Village from 12 to 15 June)
- Scikit-Learn, a library of statistical learning models for data analysis ("Collaborer" Area of the Innovations Village from 12 to 15 June)
Thursday 12 June
Meeting on Smart Cities , with the Rits, Arles, Clime, Smis and Infine project teams and the Iconem start-up of Yves Ubelmann
- Morning of 12 June, Fabry Perot Amphitheatre (Cnam): Register
Friday 13 June
Conference by Tim Berners-Lee , President of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), on 25 years of the Web and its prospects for the future. "TimBL" will debate withdigital natives, including PhD students from Inria. The conference will be led by Jean-François Abramatic, former President of W3C, together with four experts, including Fabien Gandon, Director of Research at Inria and the Institute's representative at W3C.
- From 4 to 6 pm in the Abbé Grégoire Amphitheatre (Cnam): Register
Saturday 14 June
Screening of the Inria film "Digitally Yours ", produced by the Institute's audiovisual cluster, followed by a debate. Through exchanges of views among researchers, this film opens onto the horizons of a changing digital world.
- From 4 to 5:30 pm in the Abbé Grégoire Amphitheatre (Cnam): Register
The musician computer . The challenge of the MuTant project team was to give a computer the musical intelligence to perform music together with human musicians. This paradigm will be demonstrated to visitors in the form of adaptive karaoke, by explaining the innovative artificial listening technologies and real-time systems.
- Open from 3 to 8 pm in office A216 at Ircam.
Demonstration of the Antescofo automatic accompaniment software by the MuTant team on Ravel's Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, together with a pianist. Antescofo adapts the orchestral accompaniment to the real-time pianist, despite the differences in musical interpretation and any mistakes made by the musician.
- From 4:30 to 5:30 pm in Studio 5 at Ircam.
Sunday 15 June
Big and small Homo Digitalis are invited to come and play Datagramme , the board game for testing your knowledge of digital sciences (and overcoming the "firewall"!)
- From 2 to 6 pm in the main hall of the Gaîté Lyrique
CNAM 292 rue Saint-Martin – 75003 Paris
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Futur en Seine '14 website