Data Science & AI
Artificial Intelligence’s potential is expected to be multiplied by three in 2022. With a global market’s value amounting to $1200 billion nowadays, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the technological trend of the new millennium.
The Data Science and AI (DSAI) Hub’s main mission is to provide French economic stakeholders with a maximum of means to become the most innovative on their markets by integrating AI into their solutions.
The DSAI Hub is fully involved into the transformation of our society. Indeed, each one of us can refocus in his/her daily life, as well as in his/her professional life, on interesting value-added actions and delegate simple, repetitive and time-consuming tasks (driving, logistics, surveillance, …) to trusted algorithms by benefiting from the assistance of AI.
- Outlook and prospective analysis
- Strategic alliances
- Research and Innovation
- Technology platforms
- Skills development
- Market and business development
- Animation of the ecosystem and development of its members
For the Research and Innovation area, seven technological areas have been identified as priorities in our roadmap :
- Hybrid AI
- Trusted AI
- Learning algorithms
- Evaluation of AI systems
- Embedded AI
- Data for AI
- Causality versus correlation
- Global AI market’s worth $1200 billion in 2020 and potentially reaching $3900 billions in 2022.
- More than1550 AI-focusing startups in 70 countries
(Report Venture Scanner)
- A total of 10 milliards de dollars of fund raised by AI startups
(Report Venture Scanner)
- AI could contribute to a 40 % increase of global productivity before 2035
Juliette MATTIOLI, Thales, Senior AI Expert
President of the Data Science & AI Hub
“AI is everybody’s concern today. All technologies and jobs will be influenced by the rise of AI, which is truly revolutionizing our everyday lives. It will enable a car to drive autonomously. It will assist doctors in the search for diseases and in the care to be recommended. It will allow security operators to identify and anticipate potential threats, either physical or cyber. It will make it possible for everybody to immediately translate their words into other languages, and these are just a few examples.
The Data Science & AI Hub’s main mission is to provide French economic players with a maximum of resources to be among the most innovative in their markets, by integrating AI into their solutions.
Because AI is everywhere, because it opens us up to the world and because it is a key factor in the competitiveness of our companies, the DSAI Hub aims to bring together all the players in the AI ecosystem. Clearly, with a global market of 1,200 billion dollars that is expected to increase threefold by 2022, Artificial Intelligence is the technological trend of the new millennium !”
Thales, Senior Expert AI
Juliette Mattioli began her industrial career in 1990 with a thesis in pattern recognition by mathematical morphology and neural networks at Thomson-CSF. In 1993, she became a research engineer. Through her promotions, evolutions and mutations, she has, thanks to the different R&D laboratories that she has directed, extended her spectrum of skills from image processing to semantic information merger, from decisional support to combinatorial optimization.
Her presence both in the program committees of conferences of national bodies (for instance within the mission “AI 2021” plan for the Île de France region, monitored by the “Data Science & AI” Hub of Systematic), as well as international (G7 of Innovators in 2017), also shows her intention to share her knowledge and participate in the emancipation of business research. Since 2010, she has been attached to the Technical Department.
Abdelhamid Mellouk is a Professor at the University of Paris-Est Créteil. He is the head of an engineering programme specialized in the use of new technologies for high value-added services related to the medical world. He holds a doctorate in computer science and computer engineering in the field of artificial intelligence, where his doctoral thesis, submitted in 1994, highlighted the first results in the implementation of predictive neural systems, based on digital artificial intelligence, for the recognition of continuous speech.
Abdelhamid Mellouk holds an Habilitation to manage research and is a member of the IEEE Communication Society. He has lectured in more than 70 countries, chaired about 50 international conferences, published 14 books, and more than 200 publications in scientific journals and international conferences and has participated in more than 50 Habilitation and PhD thesis juries.
Animation & Business Development
Hub France IA
Research & Innovation
Outlook and prospective analysis
Market & Business development