Machine & Cognition

By Prof. Céline Robardet (Univ. Lyon 1, INSA) on Jan-24th 2019

Talks will take place in Ecully IBM hall at lunch time, 12pm-1pm, and will be forecasted live across emlyon campuses. Research gatherings with the speakers will follow around a lunch buffet, 1pm-2pm, at the Learning Hub in Ecully (registration required due to limited attendance).

Artificial intelligence aims to accomplish cognitive processes using computers. Machine learning is a set of techniques to “learn” models from data that solve some cognitive tasks.
In this talk, we will see how machine learning can perform cognitive tasks automatically with the objective to be as effective as humans, or even more. We will also see other approaches that do not seek to fully automate the cognitive processes, but to accompany them to increase human cognitive abilities, especially while acquiring new knowledge from data.

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