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2019/02/18Artificial intelligence won’t replace specialists, it will augment them!

Artificial intelligence (AI) has wormed its way into all sectors of our society…even the most complex areas, such as medicine. The combination of innovative approaches to modern AI and increasingly powerful machine learning algorithms has produced some really interesting solutions to some inextricable problems. In the medical world, artificial intelligence helps doctors extract valuable information…

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2019/01/14Cybersecurity: Visualizing, Understanding, Deciding, or how to address decision-markers ? (By Henri d’Agrain, CIGREF)

This year, for the first time, Jean-Claude Laroche, CIO of Enedis and President of the Cigref Cybersecurity Circle, will bring to the FIC a delegation consisting of around 15 digital decision-makers from French general government entities and major companies that are Cigref members. The organisation of this delegation is a testament to the growing concern of Cigref…

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2018/10/29Voting Machine : Challenges and opportunities in the DRC (by Chrysostome NKOUMBI-SAMBA, MBA MSDN)

3 November 2000: adoption of the Bamako Declaration[i], Section B of which emphasises the holding of free, reliable and transparent elections in the Francophone world. 13-14 October 2012: opening of the 14th Francophonie Summit in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Heads of State and Government of the International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF) converged…

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2018/10/29Cybersecurity is forcing a rethink of strategic autonomy (By Paul Timmers, Oxford University)

Just a few days ago, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker presented his 2018 State of the Union speech with the title “The Hour of European Sovereignty”. In the speech, he argues that the time has come for the EU “to become more autonomous and live up to our global responsibilities”. The question is how to make…

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