AI, animal victims of war and wind turbines: science news – Sciences et Avenir

The scientific news of June 22, 2022 is: In high-tech: Does Google’s AI have a conscience? Even specialists fall into the trap… Google engineer Blake Lemoine claims that the LaMDA AI would be “sentient”, a word that covers the notion of “ability to perceive and feel things” or “able to use his senses.“ … Read more

Is an AI conscious? “We are caught in our own trap” – Sciences et Avenir

It’s a scenario that has become classic in science fiction films: an artificial intelligence becomes conscious. That the protagonist falls in love with it as in Her or that the AI ​​pushes humans towards death as in 2001, a space odyssey, this theme has been fantasizing for a long time. The latest debate to date, … Read more

Quatre pionniers de l’intelligence artificielle récompensés en Espagne – Sciences et Avenir

Quatre pionniers de lintelligence artificielle recompenses en Espagne Sciences

Quatre scientifiques considérés comme des pionniers de l’intelligence artificielle, dont un Français et un Canadien, ont été récompensés mercredi par le prix espagnol Princesse des Asturies, l’un des plus prestigieux du monde hispanophone, pour leur apport “extraordinaire” dans de nombreux domaines. Le Français Yann Le Cun, le Canadien Yoshua Bengio et les Britanniques Geoffrey Hinton … Read more

The basics of artificial intelligence – Sciences et Avenir

This article is from the Special Issue of Sciences et Avenir n°199 dated October-November 2019. The basics of artificial intelligence Artificial intelligence: the term designates a certain type of computer program which makes it possible to simulate human capacities such as the perception and recognition of shapes, images, sounds, automatic translation, man/machine dialogue, etc. They … Read more

In Israel, artificial intelligence to put an end to traffic jams – Sciences et Avenir

In Israel artificial intelligence to put an end to traffic

Monster traffic jams are the daily life of Israelis, whose country is noted as one of the worst in this area, but artificial intelligence and its algorithms could help counter the phenomenon, according to an Israeli high-tech company . This sector is increasingly interested in the automotive industry and a fair on smart mobility called … Read more

Revisions of the French Baccalaureate, AI and cognitive sciences used by high school students in the Ile-de-France region » PACA’s economic and political letter

Memorizer the super app to remember everything PACAs economic and

The results are clear: high school students vote for the solution developed by the start-up to help them during this key moment in their schooling. As we approach the French Baccalaureate, EvidenceBthe EdTech developing adaptive learning modules based on research in cognitive science and AI that fights school dropout, takes stock of the use of … Read more

An algorithm to better anticipate tsunamis – Sciences et Avenir

Tsunamis would be better anticipated if we were able to assess in real time the power of the earthquakes that cause them: an artificial intelligence algorithm, described in a study on Wednesday, could meet this challenge and help limit the damage. On March 11, 2011, one of the world’s strongest earthquakes ever recorded shook the … Read more

Life Sciences | BioTwin wants to predict your state of health

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The Quebec start-up BioTwin is developing a digital twin concept that will make it possible to predict people’s state of health. The biotech obtained 6.6 million investments to develop its unique technology. Posted at 8:00 a.m. Isabelle Dube The Press With its futuristic technology, BioTwin wishes to abolish from our conversations this fatal phrase: “It … Read more

INTERVIEW. “Health databases will transform research” – Sciences et Avenir

This article is taken from the monthly Sciences et Avenir – La Recherche n°901, dated March 2022. An ambitious French project intended for medical research, the Health Data Hub is on hold. His request for authorization from the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (Cnil) has been withdrawn. It should make it possible to make … Read more

$211 million to support businesses in the life sciences sector – Journal Le Guide de Cowansville

Stephane Blais, The Canadian Press MONTREAL — The Government of Quebec is providing an envelope of $211 million to support businesses in the life sciences sector. The Minister of Economy and Innovation, Pierre Fitzgibbon, took advantage of the Effervescence Montréal congress, at the Bonsecours Market, to unveil Thursday the Québec Life Sciences Strategy 2022-2025, which … Read more