MACLEAN: "Machine Learning and computer vision in Earth Observation: Scientific results VS Industrial needs" During the joint CAp and RFIAP conferences to be held in Vannes on 5-8 July (more information on these conferences), a workshop on machine learning and computer vision issues in the context of earth observation is planned for Tuesday 5 July. This workshop, organised with the support of the [..]
Atelier MACLEAN "Machine Learning and computer vision in Earth Observation: Scientific results VS Industrial needs"
A premier forum for Systems Software research : EuroSys 22
EuroSys conference is a premier forum for discussing various issues of systems software research and development, including implications related to hardware and applications. The conference brings together professionals from academia and industry. It has a strong focus on systems research and development: operating systems, database systems, real-time systems, networked systems, storage systems [..]
Colloque Droit, IA et Santé
Colloque DRIAS (Droit, IA et Santé) du 21 au 22 juin en distanciel (conference only in french) "Regards croisés sur les responsabilités éthiques, juridiques et techniques dans l’usage des outils d’IA en Santé" Le développement des outils basés sur des techniques d’intelligence artificielle (ou outil d’IA) dans le domaine de la santé vise à l'amélioration des soins et du système de soins. Leur mise [..]
The microbiome, from a bioinformatics perspective
At IRISA, researchers are working on the theme of microbiomes, notably within the GenScale and GenScale teams, in collaboration with several biology and health groups in the Brittany region. Several projects are in progress or start this year (industrial, collaborative, CIFRE, ANR...) including the ongoing projects SeqDigger, Idealg, Rapsodyn and Prolific to name a few, while waiting for the start [..]
BDA 2020 Days: strong participation of our scientists
36th Conference on Data Management - Principles, Technologies and Applications: Discover the program Due to the current health situation and its multiple implications, the BDA 2020 conference will be online and free for everyone. Free registration is required.
Health & Technology Meetings: DNA, polymers and big data - Brain-Computer Interfaces
Two colloquia co-organized by the CNRS (INSIS, INSB, INC, INS2I, INP, INSHS), the National Academy of Medicine and the Academy of Technology. The first meetings will focus on two areas whose recent developments are spectacular, and which have been the subject of recent reports from the Academies of Technology and Medicine: the storage of information at the molecular level on DNA as on other types [..]