Organized by the Ministry of Higher education, Research and Innovation, the French Institute of Norway and the Norwegian board of Research at the premisses of the ministry.
From September 24th to 25th 2018 Charles Hutin-Persillon, Data Strategist and Nicoles Berthelot, Lead Data Strategist, at nam.R participated to the french-norwegian seminar: “Observations, AI and sustainable development”
Organised by the Ministry of Higher education, of Research and Innovation, the French Institute of Norway and the Norwegian Board of Research in the Paris premisses of the Ministry.
The event gathered datas developers, specialists of information processing and software developers who participated at plenary conferences and presentations and networking sessions.
The challenge of this seminar: the creation of innovative solutions for climate. To achieve this goal and all the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) as soon as possible, it’s about breaking down barriers, gathering specialists and matching skills by giving practical answers to existing problems.
We have at our disposal today, powerful technical tools, strategic knowledges and the possibility to develop AI for Good.
The seminar, “Observations, AI, Sustainable Development” was thought and organised as part of the H2020, The research and innovation program of the European Union, launched in Paris, at Sorbonne, on december 16th, 2013.
A national session Horizon 2020 “Artificial Intelligence for Security”, a “session of information and collaborative work in order to respond to the needs of Artificial Intelligence in the security forces” will take place in Paris on september 10th, 2019.
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