Franco-British workshop: Emerging techniques and applications of AI and machine learning
Venue: Imperial College London (South Kensington Campus), Dyson Building of Design Engineering
Event type: Workshop
Free but booking essential: Eventbrite
A workshop that aims to offer leading AI researchers affiliated with Imperial College London, DATAIA and INRIA a platform to present their latest research on AI and Machine Learning.
Against the backdrop of new AI initiatives from the European Commission, UK, and French Governments, the programme, held in partnership with the French Embassy in the UK, is designed as a platform to share scientific views on emerging techniques and applications of AI/Machine Learning, and to develop Franco-British academic collaboration in related fields.
DATAIA is the French Government sponsored cluster of 14 institutions working on AI (Paris-Saclay University, Inria, CEA, CentraleSupélec, CNRS, Ecole polytechnique, ENSAE, HEC, IFP-EN, IMT, INRA, Evry-Val d’Essonne, University Paris-Sud, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University).
INRIA is the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation.
Welcome remarks (13.45 –14.00)
Imperial College London - Prof. Daniel Rueckert, Head of the Department of Computing and Professor of Visual Information Processing
DATAIA / INRIA - Prof. Nozha Boujemaa, Research Director at Inria, Director of DATAIA Institute (Data Sciences, Intelligence & Society).
Talks (14.00 – 17.45)
Challenges of Trusted AI (14.00 – 14.30 )
Prof. Nozha Boujemaa, Director of DATAIA Institute (Data Sciences, Intelligence & Society), Research Director at INRIA
Geometric Deep Learning (14.30 – 15.00)
Prof. Michael Bronstein, Chair in Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, Department of Computing
Methods Deep in the Output Space (15.00 – 15.30)
Dr Jesse Read, Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Laboratory of École Polytechnique
Coffee and Refreshments (15.30 – 16.45)
AI and Health, Medical Image Analysis, Image & Vision Computing (15.45 – 16.15)
Prof. Daniel Rueckert, Head of the Department of Computing and Professor of Visual Information Processing
Graphical models & Artificial Vision (16.15 – 16.45)
Prof. Hugues Talbot, Professor at the Centre for Numerical Vision (CVN) at CentraleSupélec, Universite Paris-Saclay
AI, Neurotechnology and Cognitive Sciences (16.45 – 17.15 )
Dr Aldo Faisal, Director of the Behaviour Analytics Lab at the Data Science Institute and Associate Professor for Neurotechnology at the Dept. of Bioengineering and Dept. of Computing
The impact of open source in AI: from education to better research (17.15 – 17.45)
Dr Alexandre Gramfort, Researcher at INRIA in the Parietal Team and member of the DATAIA Institute programme committee
Drinks and Reception (17.45 – 18.30)
Contact: Ms Stephanie Dos Santos (firstname.lastname@example.org), Deputy Scientific Attachée, French Embassy in the United Kingdom
Published on 30/08/2018