DATAIA Workshop « Safety & AI »
After the success of the first edition of DATAIA Workshop, dedicated to the trustworthiness of artificial intelligence, the second edition of the workshop is coming on September 2020.
The DATAIA Workshops are thematic days whose aim is to bring together scientific communities, experts and professionals from the disciplines concerned to share knowledge and challenges in these fields, consolidate a locally rooted research community and pave the way for the construction of joint projects.
The program of the day includes academic and industrial talks, posters sessions and panel discussions for which a call for contribution is launched.
Introduction - Bertrand Thirion (director of the DATAIA Institute)
9h30 - 9h45
Presentation of Hub Data Science & AI Systematic - Bertrand Braunschweig (director of Inria's coordination mission of the National program of artificial intelligence)
Keynote - «The quest for legal security: regulating artificial intelligence» by Théodore Christakis (Université Grenoble Alpes)
Talk - « Let's review algorithmic engineering for a safe AI » by Juliette Mattioli and Michel Barreteau (Thales)
Pitches of thesis presentations and discussions - Co-animated by Fabien Mangeant (Renault) and Thomas Robert (Télécom Paris)
Lunch break / posters session
13h30 – 14h10
Presentation of the program "Confiance.AI du grand Défi IA de confiance" - Emmanuelle Escorihuela (Airbus) and Rodolphe Gelin (Renault)
14h10 - 15h00
Keynote - « Certification of AI-based systems: challenges and promises » by Claire Pagetti (Onera Toulouse)
Exposé - « New challenges for automata learning » par Benedikt Bollig (CNRS, LSV, ENS Paris-Saclay)
Pitches of thesis presentations and discussions - Co-animated by Juliette Mattiolli (Thales) and Philippe Dague (Université Paris-Saclay, LRI)
Closing speech - Bertrand Thirion (directeur of the DATAIA Institute)
Submit a poster and present your research studies!
Send you submission to email@example.com and specify:
- Poster presentator
- Summary of half-page maximum that describes your intervention proposal
Closing date of the call: Friday 18th September 2020