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Anne-Cécile Orgerie was awarded a CNRS medal on Thursday 14 October

Among the five scientists from Rennes who were awarded the 2020 CNRS medals on Thursday 14 October, congratulations to Anne-Cécile Orgerie, CNRS research fellow, member of the Myriads team and head of the transverse energy axis specialising in the energy efficiency of distributed systems. © Jean-Claude MOSCHETTI / IRISA / CNRS Photothèque
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Les décodeuses du numérique

Discover the comic book "Les décodeuses du numérique"

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A new management team at IRISA

After nearly 10 years at the head of IRISA, Jean-Marc Jézéquel hands over to Guillaume Gravier. Guillaume Gravier, Director of Research at the CNRS, has taken over the management of IRISA from Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Professor at the Université de Rennes 1. He will be supported by Pascale Sébillot, Professor at INSA Rennes, and Sandrine Blazy, Professor at Université de Rennes 1.
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Explicability of AI, a hot topic with implications scientific and societal...

At IRISA, researchers are studying the interpretability and explicability of artificial intelligence algorithms, a topical issue particularly in relation to ethics. Should algorithms explain the reasoning behind their decisions, for example, so that their fairness can be assessed? Discover the article by Erwan Le Merrer (Researcher Inria, member of the Wide team) "Remote explainability faces the [..]
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Lgo Informatics Europe avec aperçu du document

Spread of COVID-19 infection: recommendation on the use of monitoring technologies

In view of the drastic measures taken by some countries to prevent and control the transmission of the virus from one individual to another, the Board of Informatics Europe has decided to issue a policy recommendation statement on the use of tracking technologies ...