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[ Talks ]
Day 2 / 13.12.2018
02pm (1h)

AI & Ethics: In AI we Trust

- AI: a journey from Prometheus to Mars - by Patrick Albert

- The French AI Landscape - by Matthieu Somekh

- Talking Ethics - By Eneric Lopez

- AI: an international trust barometer - by Eve Laurier

Eve Laurier
General Manager / Edelman Montreal, Canada

Ève Laurier has over 20 years of experience in communications and marketing. With an inspired and team-oriented approach, Ève has been entrusted with ever-increasing responsibilities and managerial duties, including having led the redesign of brands and teams. Furthermore, she has supported the growth of both Quebec-based and multinational companies, across a range of industries. She is more than just a consultant: Ève is an ambassador for her clients, employees and partners. Her strong network is at the core of her business development strategy and it allows her to have a true impact for all types of organizations. Since joining Edelman in 2014, she has turned its Montreal office into a driving force in PR and Marketing within Quebec and Canada. In over three years, she has attracted top clients, built a robust team, and ingrained a fresh new approach to communications. Under her leadership, Edelman Montreal has become a springboard for many clients to grow their business both locally and internationally.

Matthieu Somekh
CEO / Zebox, France
Patrick Albert
Founder / CommonAIs, France

Scientist and entrepreneur, Patrick Albert is an expert in terms of artificiel Intelligence. He has a PhD from Bull Research Center and created KOOL, one of the first artifcial intelligence language dedicated to solving configuration issues. He then cofounded Bull CEDIAG, which initiated the commercial offer of the group in terms of artificial intelligence. He quit the company in 1987, judging the organization too slow and bureaucratic, to be CTO and co-founder of ILOG, one of the first French startups, which progressively became a world leader in the Artificial Industry. ILOG was acquired in 2009 by IBM, where Patrick founded the IBM France Center for Advanced Studies in Paris. He quit IBM in 2014 to dedicate himself to the development of the AI ecosystem in France and in Europe. He takes the stage in Research Institutes, Tech academies and ministries, and companies. He then founded and chaired HUB France IA to promote a strong European and French AI industry, then CommonAIs to produce Commun Numérique IA : a world artificial intelligence free and ethical, made by all for all. Crypto-enthusiast, Patrick is member of the Bitcoin Foundation since 2013. He received the Social and Solidarity Economy Prize from la Ville de Paris in 2015 for the creation of a cooperative for young scientists employment.

Eneric Lopez
Directeur de l’Intelligence Artificielle et développeurs / Microsoft, France