Colloquium Jacques Morgenstern

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Recherches en science du numérique - nouveaux thèmes scientifiques, nouveaux domaines d’application, et enjeux

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Opinion polarization and network segregation. Modelling a complex Relationship
Conférence
01:05:05
Opinion polarization and network segregation. Modelling a complex Relationship
Flache
Andreas

Recently, many societies seem to shift towards more polarization and volatility in opinions, for example in attitudes about immigration, climate policy, or the best policy response to Covid-19. A

Self-Supervised Visual Learning and Synthesis
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01:18:00
Self-Supervised Visual Learning and Synthesis
Efros
Alexei A.

Computer vision has made impressive gains through the use of deep learning models, trained with large-scale labeled data. However, labels require expertise and curation and are expensive to collect.

CoNeCo: Concurrency, Networks and Coinduction
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01:04:31
CoNeCo: Concurrency, Networks and Coinduction
Silva
Alexandra

In recent years, concurrent Kleene algebra (CKA), an extension of Kleene Algebra (KA) that includes concurrent composition as a first-class citizen, has been proposed by Hoare et al. as a setting to

Reasoning over large-scale biological systems with heterogeneous and incomplete data
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01:07:00
Reasoning over large-scale biological systems with heterogeneous and incomplete data
Siegel
Anne

Data produced by the domain of life sciences in the next decade are expected to be highly challenging. In addition to scalability issues which are shared with other applications domains, data produced

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Intervenants

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Senior Lecturer à l'University College London (Angleterre). Membre du jury d'une thèse en Informatique soutenue à l'Université de Lyon en 2016

France
Mathématicienne, informaticienne. Directrice de recherche CNRS (DR1), membre de l'équipe de recherche Dynamics, inference and logics for biological systems and sequences (DYLISS), Institut de recherche en informatique et en systèmes aléatoires (IRISA, UMR 6074), Université de Rennes 1, Rennes (en 2021)

Titulaire du doctorat de Sciences : Mathématiques et fondements de l'informatique

France
Mathématicien. Directeur de recherche INRIA, membre de l'équipe Quantum information circuits (QUANTIC), centre INRIA de Paris, Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique, Le Chesnay, Yvelines (en 2019)

Auteur d'une thèse en Mathématique et automatique à l'Ecole des Mines de Paris. Directeur de Recherche à INRIA Paris (équipe-projet Quantic) en 2019

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