Artificial intelligence to increase safety and productivity –

Artificial intelligence to increase safety and productivity

The Government of Quebec is awarding financial assistance of nearly $1.5 million to CONFORMiT, through its agent Investissement Québec, to support a project carried out in collaboration with the firm Mapgears. This aims to use artificial intelligence to improve the company’s cloud computing solution for controlling and managing hazardous energy. This technology will increase worker … Read more

EHDS and reuse of health data: concrete use cases being tested

Alice ROBERT & Alexandre FIEVEE, Derriennic , MONDAY NOVEMBER 28, 2022 Last month, five use cases were selected by the European Commission for the test version of the European Health Data Area (“EHDS”) for “secondary use” of health data. These “pilot” cases make it possible to assess more concretely the ins and outs of the … Read more

An encrypted letter from Charles V deciphered by French researchers

An encrypted letter from Charles V deciphered by French researchers

Written in 1547 by the Emperor to his ambassador in Paris, the letter sheds new light on the relationship between the kingdom of Francis I and the Holy Roman Empire. A series of symbolsunintelligible” which lights up five centuries later: four researchers presented their discovery in France on Wednesday, the deciphering of a letter written … Read more

The mind wanders, the eye reveals…

Meta launches BlenderBot 3 its most advanced chatbot to date

Ingeborg Stalmans is a doctor of ophthalmology, director of the ophthalmology research group of the KULeuven and the Glaucoma Clinic at theUZLeuven. His specialty and his research focus on the glaucoma. Ingeborg Stalmans trained at KULeuven. In particular, she carried out a post-doctorate in the laboratories of professors Carmelite and Colleen. His thesis focused on … Read more

Computer Science Research Day in Burkina: Let’s go for the 5th edition

The opening ceremony of the 5th edition of Computer Science Research Days in Burkina Faso (JRI) took place this Thursday, November 24, 2022 in Ouagadougou, at Aube Nouvelle University. The opening ceremony was chaired by the Minister in charge of the digital transition, posts and electronic communications, Dr. Aminata Zerbo / Sabane. Placed under the … Read more

“Sobriety cannot rest solely on individuals”

Sobriety cannot rest solely on individuals

Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier, sociologist, member of the High Council for the Climate, returns for CNRS Le Journal to the concept of sobriety, its objectives and its locks. What is the sobriety that we have been talking about a lot for a few months? How to define it?Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier. It all depends on what angle you look … Read more

Anesthesia, Covid… how interdisciplinarity benefits healthcare innovation

Anesthesia Covid… how interdisciplinarity benefits healthcare innovation

No one will deny the seriousness of the health crisis we have just gone through. But, beyond the shortcomings and deficiencies of our health system, the Covid pandemic has also been revealing on multiple levels. In particular, there was an awareness of the value of health, and the importance of having a hospital capable of … Read more

Quack for Galactica, Meta’s AI trained to read scientific articles – CNET France

Quack for Galactica Metas AI trained to read scientific articles

In the first year of the pandemic, more than 100,000 scientific articles were published about Covid-19. An unprecedented effort that produced an unprecedented amount of information. It would have been impossible for a human being to read and understand each of these studies. In theory, Galactica would be able to. It is artificial intelligence developed … Read more

FLOODED AND CALCINED, A HEALTH SYSTEM IN SEARCH OF SAVIOURS…

FLOODED AND CALCINED A HEALTH SYSTEM IN SEARCH OF SAVIOURS…

In a country where you can smell the wind aboard a Regional Express Train (TER), a stadium that dazzles any visitor and a cornice that shines the gloss of the Atlantic, in an era when the world is stamping its feet to embrace its meta-humanity, a flooded hospital might be the stuff of fiction. But … Read more

The Palmes de la Médecine: the health actors of the Côte d’Azur rewarded

The Palmes de la Medecine the health actors of the

On Wednesday, November 16, the 4th edition of the Palmes de la Médecine took place, an evening in tribute to the daily work and research carried out by doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, midwives, etc., in the Alpes-Maritimes and in Monaco. What rewards for what actions? A look back at this evening in honor of Côte d’Azur … Read more