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DATAIA Workshop « Safety & AI » 2021

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Participate in the 3rd DATAIA Workshop "Safety & AI" on 13 December 2021.
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The 3rd edition of the DATAIA Workshop "Safety & AI", whose scientific committee is composed of François Terrier (CEA), Pablo Piantanida (CentraleSupélec), Thomas Robert (Télécom Paris), Philippe Dague (Université Paris-Saclay), Michel Batteux (SystemX) and Frédéric Chazal (Inria) will be held on December 13, 2021 at the Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France centre, but also online, in order to allow as many people as possible to participate.

Following the success of the previous editions, the DATAIA Workshop dedicated to the reliability of artificial intelligence returns in December with the aim of bringing together researchers and industrialists from the relevant disciplines to share knowledge and challenges in these fields, consolidate a locally rooted research community and pave the way for the construction of joint projects.

Registration is free of charge but subject to availability.


The day will consist of academic and industrial presentations, poster sessions and panel discussions for which we are launching a call for contributions.

We will have the pleasure of welcoming in particular Marc Schoenauer, Director of Research at Inria Saclay - Île-de-France, a leading figure in the field of AI, who campaigns in particular for the anticipation of the ethical risks associated with AI.

We will also devote a special session to the programme, the largest technological research programme of the AI for Humanity plan, which should make France one of the leading countries in AI.

Detailed programme of the day to be published soon. 

Proposals for scientific presentations of advanced research work are also welcome and will be selected according to the balance of themes and available slots.

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Welcome Coffee


Opening Speech - Frederic Chazal (DATAIA), François Terrier (CEA)


Keynote Speech

  • Explainable Reinforcement Learning with Multi-Objective Genetic Programming in the TRUST-AI project - Marc Schoenauer (Inria)


Pitch session

Moderators: Pablo Piantanida (CentraleSupélec), Thomas Robert (Télécom Paris)

  • Using human-in-the-loop learning for safety guidance through anomaly prediction and intervention” - Prajit Thazhurazhikath Rajendran (CEA)

  • Adversarial Robustness via Fisher-Rao Regularization - Marine Picot (CentraleSupélec)


Coffee Break


Talks - Academic/Industry

  • Evolution of Formal Methods and application to AI - Zakaria Chihani (CEA)

  • Interpretable Machine Learning with Symbolic Regression - Aurélie Boisbunon (MyDataModels)


Lunch Break / Poster Session

13h30 Session - Moderator: François Terrier (CEA)

  • Introduction générale - Patrice Aknin (IRT SystemX)

  • Incertitude et séries temporelles - Marc Nabhan (AirLiquide)

  • Cas d’usage contrôle qualité soudures chassis - Dominique Tachet (Renault)

  • L’ODD et les corner cases - Stéphane Herbin (Onera)

  • Is active learning better than random selection for real-world object detection - Thomas Dalgaty (CEA)


Coffee Break


Pitch session

Moderators: Michel Batteux (IRT SystemX), Philippe Dague (Université Paris-Saclay)


  • Data-driven Models of Monotone Systems - Anas Makdesi (CentraleSupélec)

  • HyPASS: improving the reliability and deployability of Unsupervised Domain Adaptation for Object Re-identification - Fabian Dubourvieux (CEA)

  • A Simple Method for Detecting Misclassification Errors - Federica Granese (Inria)

  • YDYSO, Your Data Stay Yours - Jérôme Deshayes-Chossart (CEA)


Next Step - François Terrier (CEA)



Call for contributions
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Submit a poster or a pitch, and present your research studies!

Send us your proposal of:

  • a 5-minutes pitch, to participate to a round-table discussion with industrial and academic experts
  • a poster 

to, with the following information:

  • Title
  • Speaker / Poster presentator
  • Summary of half-page maximum that describes your intervention proposal 
  • Specifying in the e-mail object if you submit a pitch or a poster proposal


Closing date of the call : 6 December 2021