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Source: ActuAI as of 21-05-2020

AI For Tomorrow, a non-profit initiative of which ActuIA is a partner, launches its on 21 May to bring out citizens’ uses of artificial intelligence. The six students behind the project were surrounded by some forty partners including Tech For Good, the Council of E-health, Mila and some fifty renowned experts such as Luc Julia, Carlos Moreno or Charles-Edouard Bouée to encourage the use of artificial intelligence in the service of health, the environment and society..

The launch of AI For Tomorrow will take place this Thursday, May 21 at 3 p.m. with an inaugural online lecture by Cédric Villani on the theme “What artificial intelligence for the world of tomorrow? Viewable on Youtube.

To carry out its mission and enable the values it carries to materialize in the form of projects, AI For Tomorrow proposes a program consisting of two major axes: inspiration in the form of webinars giving voice to AI experts and action, through a challenge aimed at students.

Inspiration

Aimed at all,the webinars and articles offered by AI for Tomorrow aim to raise a wide audience with the major issues of AI. Three times a week, big thinkers come to animate webinars to bring out ideas about the potential of AI: AI and Health, AI and Ethics, AI and Biodiversity… These webinars will run from May 21 to July 12. 

Action: Innovation Challenge

Aimed at young people under the age of 28, ans the Innovation Challenge will allow them to meet and gather in a multidisciplinary team (from 2 to 4 participants) to turn their ideas into a project. After a pre-selection phase, the teams are accompanied on the technical and business side by mentors and coaches. A second selection will be made to select the 9 finalists, followed by a final event with awards.

Partners:

AI For Tomorrow has the support of major partners and organizations such as Tech For Good, e-health consulting, Mila, The Family, AI For Health by Startup Inside, Digital Medical Hub AP-HP, Digital Pharma Lab, Hack the crisis, Epitech, emlyon business school, wagon, ESSEC Alumni, CareOs,Data genius, Lyon-is-AI, Women in AI, Ivado,Taal Project, Cap

References:

Experts helping AI For Tomorrow to frame Lariboisière). Depil the challenges and write articles include: Myriam Oukkal (Ministry of Health), David Gruson (Sciences Po Paris Health Chair) Bernard Golstein (Sharper AI), Hanan Salam (Women in AI), Elise Buckle (UN, Climate and Sustainability), Sasha Luccioni (Mila), Sakina Pen Point (Observatory of Sustainable Real Estate), Arnaud Observatoire

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