Artificial Intelligence in Biology and Health

Soirée Grand public Jeudi 18 octobre (conférence en francais)


17h30 > 18h00 Accueil participants
18h00 > 19h00 Pr. Pierre Le Coz, professeur de philosophie (Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, EFS, ADES, Marseille, France) : L’homme et la technique : de l’artefact artisanal à l’intelligence artificielle.
19h00 > 20h00 Rencontre avec le public

AI Symposium Friday, October 19th


08h30 > 09h00 Welcome + Registration
09h00 > 09h15 Introduction by Dr. William Ritchie (FR, IGH): Artificial Intelligence and Gene Regulation
09h15 > 10h00 Dr. Hervé Seitz (FR, IGH): Biology by numbers
10h00 > 10h45 Dr. Fabien Michel (FR, Laboratoire d’Informatique, de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier): Individual based modelling
10h45 > 11h15 Coffee break
11h15 > 12h00 Dr. Chedy Raissi (FR, INRIA Nancy and Nasa Frontier Development Lab): Deep learning and data-mining of rare events
12h00 > 13h30 Lunch & Round table discussion: "Which AI to invest in for the future of Biological research"
13h30 > 14h15 Dr. Olivier Elemento (USA, director of the Caryl and Israel Englander Institute for Precision Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine): Artificial Intelligence and Cancer Regulation
14h15 > 15h00 Dr. Gregory Beurrier (FR, Computer Scientist: Artificial Life & Intelligence, LIRMM): Genetic algorithms in biology
15h00 > 15h30 Coffee break
15h30 > 16h15 Dr. Chloé-Agathe Azencott (FR, Researcher at the Centre for Computational Biology (CBIO) of Mines ParisTech, Institut Curie and INSERM): Computational Biology & Ethics
16h15 > 17h00 Pr. Van Parunak (USA, Senior Scientist at Soar Technology): Multi-agent systems
17h00 > 19h00 Round table: "Conducive working environments for collaboration between computer science and biology".

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