The incursion of AI into the healthcare field is becoming more and more questionable. Is it serious, doctor?

The question of the effectiveness and limitations of a diagnostic AI arises, from a technical, but also ethical and legal point of view. On February 27, the Aristotle Association is organizing a seminar on the relationship between AI and health. In what way is this sector deeply shaken by the arrival of these new technologies?

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artificial intelligence

What future for AI?

Artificial intelligence has already been present in our daily lives for many years. For many, it is becoming the magic solution to all problems. Is this reasonable? Is it a fad? Is it a reality? What should we think of this breakthrough of AI in our daily lives? From

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Artificial intelligence

The radical anti-humanism of Artificial Intelligence

Not a day goes by without mentioning Artificial Intelligence, the great evil or the great good of the century. A threat to humanity, a consubstantial engine of economic growth, a liberticidal monster, an exterminator of humanity or an omnipotent benefactor, designed to help us, to increase us but also to watch over us in order to perhaps subdue us or make us

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Is there any legal liability for robots?

Is it necessary to develop legal liability for robots? The European Commission is currently working on the draft of a new law for robots, but more than 200 members of civil society are opposed to the creation of an "electronic personality". An open letter has just been published in an attempt to dissuade the

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde...

AI, for better or worse?

Not a day goes by without Artificial Intelligence making headlines. We are proud of its prowess but at the same time we fear it, we promote it, but we are also worried about its progress, which could be devastating. This week, two contradictory pieces of information complete the news

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AI and open innovation

AI: It's high time to valorize Research

In the field of Artificial Intelligence, many French people have been and still are remarkably at the forefront. But most of our talents remain confined to their research labs and have great difficulty in exploiting their work in operational applications. The valorization of research is therefore

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