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Pedagogy2018-11-20T13:58:11+00:00

Artificial Intelligence is deeply transforming our economies but also our everyday lives through our way to consume or take care of our health. In order to stay competitive, companies must be agile and quickly adapt their governance to be ready to seize opportunities emerging with new technologies. Thanks to learning algorithms and intelligent robots, humans and machines collaborate, thus changing our way to work and forcing us to upgrade our skills all along our professional life.

Pedagogy initiatives

Out of its collaborations and published research, AIM designs and builds innovative courses and pedagogical modules mixing technology matters and management issues in a multidisciplinary approach. This material is used as the basis of stand-alone teaching modules available through various distribution channels, integrated into existing flagship programs in order to give them a differentiating “AI focus” but also used as the root material to design new innovative certificates.

This pedagogical content will be disseminated to AIM’s main targeted audiences, namely the students and professors of Bachelor and Graduate programs looking for high quality content on the socio-economic and business impacts of AI, but also the general public with the ambition to educate broadly and demystify the implications of the technology on our life as well as international institutions in order to actively contribute to the public debate.

AI Tech Seminar Series

The AIM Institute is organizing a series of outreach lectures about Artificial Intelligence. Once a month over 2019, recognized experts will give introductory talks about the main technical topics of AI, following human performances which AI tries to solve: cognition, language, vision, motion, collaboration, etc.

To know more about the schedule and the format, please go to our dedicated page or contact us.

Upcoming event
December-7th 2018, 12pm, emlyon IBM hall, Ecully
An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, its foundations, its past, present and what could be its future.
Prof. Jean-Gabriel GANASCIA (Univ Paris 6 – CNRS)