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Maria Laura Delle Monache: a Franco-American journey in traffic flow control

17/07/2017

Researcher with the NeCS team, Maria Laura Delle Monache has just been awarded the "France-Berkeley Fund award for high-achieving younger researchers", along with Samitha Samaranayake (Cornell University, PhD UC Berkeley). The prestigious American university is thereby rewarding the researcher's commitment to forging links between France and the United States.

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Benjamin Danglot

Awards

Spoon wins an award at the OW2con'17 conference

11/07/2017

Spoon, a product that the Spirals project team has been developing for more than ten years, has won an award at the OW2con'17 conference.

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Therapixel

Distinction

Digital Mammography Challenge : Therapixel wins the 1st round

Sarah Alzieu - 7/06/2017

With 5% of cancers still going undetected during the first X-ray reading, the "Digital Mammography Challenge" tackles a major public health issue. This year a start-up, Inria Therapixel, won the 1st round, thanks to a particularly effective algorithm. A great success for the company which turned its focus to artificial intelligence at the beginning of 2016.

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Machine learning

With GuessWhat?!, when humans play, the computer learns the language

12/05/2017

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.

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Research

The EVA team reinvents the Smart Marina

26/04/2017

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.

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Martin Quinson Martin Quinson, membre de l'équipe MYRIADS

Research

Simulating Large-Scale Distributed Systems

Jean-Michel Prima - 18/04/2017

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.

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Data journalism

Fake news: study material for the Public Data Lab

11/04/2017

How can disinformation - "fake news" - be traced? What are the sources of production? What are the levers of circulation and reception of disinformation on the Web and on digital platforms? This is a study topic for the Public Data Lab, an interdisciplinary network of researchers, which has just published its first results - a guide to disinformation - during the International Journalism Festival, an event that brings together thousands of journalists from Europe and the rest of the world and which took place in Perugia, Italy.

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eBikeLabs team - © Olivier Dupont Renoux

Start-up eBikeLabs

eBikeLabs wants to develop the connected and "smart" electric bike

11/04/2017

A former Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes research student with the nano-D team, Maël Bosson has created a company to develop the connected and "smart" electric bike; he was also one of the first daily users of the electric bike in 2011, during his PhD.

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Data Protection

Secure electronic documents: is the centralisation of biometric data really inevitable?

Laurence Goussu - 15/02/2017

The decree of 28 October 2016 authorising the creation of a centralised file of "secure electronic documents" (TES) has raised a certain number of questions and concerns. The main aim put forward by the French government is the fight against identity fraud. However, the text of the decree also authorises certain accesses to the database by officers of the national police, national Gendarmerie and intelligence. Many voices have been raised to highlight the risks that such a centralised file could represent with regard to individual freedom, and particularly the invasion of citizens' privacy. Here, Inria gives its objective analysis and its recommendations in order to ensure the protection of privacy.

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Data Transparency

TransAlgo: assessing the accountability and transparency of algorithmic systems

7/02/2017

When I am searching for an itinerary on my smartphone via my favourite application, how do I know that the algorithm used is not resorting to commercial criteria in order to make me go through commercial points of interest? The aim of the TransAlgo project is to shed light on these types of practices when they are not made explicit; a project that has just awarded to Inria by Axelle Lemaire in the context of the French Law for a Digital Republic. How can methods that make it possible to verify if a decision is taken based on unacceptable criteria be developed? Nozha Boujemaa, who has been tasked with this major work, responds.

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