AI and Society
A broad look at AI and benefits for society
The Turing Club and Viuz are launching a conference AI and Society this July 4th
The Turing Club and Viuz are launching a conference which, for the first time, puts at the heart of its discussions an exchange between actors of all data trades (from data science to data marketing) politicians, researchers, professors, and artists.
Data is central to our economies and societies. Artificial intelligence unlocks its potential and dramatically increases its impact. France and Europe must become major players. Levers must be identified and the conditions for success created.
Understanding the challenges of Artificial Intelligence
However, data and artificial intelligence must not remain in the sole hands of experts. The stakes are considerable and societal. They must be understood and re-appropriated by a wider public of brands, industrialists, politicians, researchers, philosophers, artists, journalists, students and, beyond, by the citizen.
Target audiences: brands, industrialists, politicians, researchers, philosophers, artists, journalists, students.
AI and Society
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David Le Douarin, Advalo co-founder was interviewed by AWS.
David Le Douardin, co-founder of the predictive marketing platform Advalo, talks about his background in CRM data processing and how AWS was instrumental in building and scaling the French startup's business.
See the full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrD_wE_LRFs
The region of Rennes, the former bastion of telecoms, has become a fertile ground for start-ups and their big sisters; scale-ups.
A directive of great symbolic meaning... Former France Telecom headquarters, the cradle of the Minitel and the smart card, the Mabilay building is now home to a trendy start-up hotel for Renne's startups still in their early stages. With its oversized antenna and its golden yellow saucer, the spacecraft that dominates the metropolis of 443,000 inhabitants is the most obvious icon of choice for the technological revolution transforming the Breton economy.