AI for Digital automation, a promising public-private co-innovation project

AI for Digital automation, a promising public-private co-innovation project

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AI for Digital automation, a promising public-private co-innovation project

The digital automation of operations has become a strategic project for companies because it conditions their level of operational performance and the success of their digital transformation.

But it is necessary to advance the state of the art in Artificial Intelligence and to solve several scientific challenges to make this automation relevant in order to best assist employees in their functions by decision support and intelligent automation of certain operations.
Paris-Saclay University and IBM France present to you "Artificial Intelligence for Digital Automation"

Resulting from a collaborative strategic innovation project, this platform open learning and inference is aimed at businesses wishing to improve their operational performance by integrating AI into the automation of their daily processes.
Paris-Saclay University and IBM, in collaboration with three industrial players, DecisionBrain, Softeam and STET, have united their expertise and R&D resources and benefited from state support to steer its design and development from Paris-Saclay.

On September 22, discover this great example of public-private partnership promoting the academic research of the laboratories of the University of Paris-Saclay, by association with three SMEs / ETIs and a large international group, to make advance the integration of AI into business operations.
Agenda

11h00 - 11h10 :
AI and automation: feedback on the partnership between R&D IBM and Université Paris-Saclay
IBM France - Nicolas Sekkaki, President
Université Paris-Saclay - Sylvie Retailleau, President

11h10 - 11h20 :
State support: A decisive element for BPI france innovation projects
BPI France - Nicolas Dufourcq, Managing Director

Artificial Intelligence for Digital Automation: an intelligent automation platform serving the operational performance of companies

11h20 - 11h40 :
Round table:
Technological obstacles and research axes

IBM France Lab - Harley Davis, VP, Automation Intelligence and France Lab
STET - Rodolphe Meyer, Marketing and Development Director
Paris-Saclay University - Fatiha Saïs, Scientific and Technical Coordinator of the Project AIDA, UPS and CNRS Computer Science Research Laboratory

11h40 - 12h00 :
Round table:
Application areas and DecisionBrain use cases
DecisionBrain- Filippo Focacci, Co-founder and CEO
IBM France Lab - Harley Davis, VP, Automation Intelligence and France Lab
Softeam - Philippe Desfray, Director R&D
STET -Rodolphe Meyer, Marketing and Development Director

12h00 - 12h10 :
Collaboration between public and private research: a real asset
IBM France Lab - Christian de Sainte Marie, Director of the Center for Advanced Studies
Université Paris-Saclay - Michel Mariton, Vice-President Economic Development

12h10 - 12h15 :
Conclusion
IBM France - Nicolas Sekkaki, Président
Université Paris-Saclay - Sylvie Retailleau, Présidente

During this virtual exchange, you will have a chat area to ask your questions. The replay video will be sent to you after the conference.

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