Thales confirms the absence of intrusion into its information systems

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(AOF) – Thales has indicated that it is able to confirm that there is no intrusion into its information systems while an extortion and ransomware group (LockBit 3.0) has released data on its platform. relating to the company on November 10. Security experts from the technology and defense group have identified one of two likely … Read more

Google is expanding its warning systems to warn people of floods and fires

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Powered by artificial intelligence, these tools have been improved and are now available in more countries. According to a United Nations report released in October, half the world lacks adequate early warning systems for natural disasters that save lives. To warn people of these dangers, such as floods and fires, Google has developed tools powered … Read more

Using new technology, researchers hope to create better control systems for prosthetic limbs

Using new technology researchers hope to create better control systems

Using a simple set of magnets, MIT researchers have developed a sophisticated way to monitor muscle movement, which they hope will make it easier for amputees to control their prosthetic limbs. In a new pair of papers, the researchers demonstrated the accuracy and safety of their magnet-based system, which can track the length of muscles … Read more

New framework agreement between FAO and INRAE, CIRAD and IRD to support the transformation of agricultural and food systems | IRD website

Meta launches BlenderBot 3 its most advanced chatbot to date

In the continuity of the France-FAO framework agreement (2022-2025) signed on October 5, 2022 by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Catherine Colonna and by the Director General of the FAO, Qu Dongyu. FAO’s chief scientist, Ismahane Elouafi, and the three CEOs of research organizations, Elisabeth Claverie de Saint Martin (CIRAD), Philippe Mauguin (INRAE) and Valérie … Read more

Transformation of agricultural and food systems: new framework agreement between three French research organizations and the FAO

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In the continuity of the France-FAO framework agreement (2022-2025) signed on October 5 by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Catherine Colonna and by the Director General of the FAO, Qu Dongyu, the memorandum of understanding signed between the FAO, Inraethe CIRAD and theIRD constitutes a contribution to theParis Agreement and to achieve the sustainable development … Read more

AI: Experts set up a competition to identify discriminating systems

AI Experts set up a competition to identify discriminating systems

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are ubiquitous and they work all the time, but it sometimes takes months or even years to understand how they are biased and discriminating. Yet the stakes are often high: Unfair AI systems can lead to the arrest of innocent people and deprive people of access to housing, employment, or basic … Read more

Between ethics and laws, who can govern artificial intelligence systems?

Between ethics and laws who can govern artificial intelligence systems

We all started to realize that the rapid development of AI was really going to change the world we live in. AI is no longer just a branch of computer science, it has escaped from research labs with the development of “AI systems”, “software that, for human-defined purposes, generates content, predictions, recommendations or decisions influencing … Read more

Getty Images bans images generated by artificial intelligence systems

Getty Images bans images generated by artificial intelligence systems

Many copyright issues arise with AI-generated images. The Getty Images image bank has therefore decided to prohibit the loading and sale of images generated by tools such as DALL-E, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion or Make-A-Scene. With these tools, it suffices to describe the desired image for the software to generate the content. It is one of … Read more

Between ethics and laws, who can govern artificial intelligence systems?

Between ethics and laws who can govern artificial intelligence systems

We all started to realize that the rapid development of AI was really going to change the world we live in. AI is no longer just a branch of computer science, it has escaped from research labs with the development of “AI systems”, “software that, for human-defined purposes, generates content, predictions, recommendations or decisions influencing … Read more

AI Law: Czech EU Presidency proposes restricted classification of high-risk systems

AI Law Czech EU Presidency proposes restricted classification of high risk

A new partial compromise on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act, seen by EURACTIV on Friday (16 September), further elaborates the concept of “additional level” who would qualify an artificial intelligence as high-risk only if it has a significant impact on decision-making. The AI ​​Act is a landmark proposal to regulate artificial intelligence in the EU … Read more