[bull-ia] Symposium on AI, biology and health @ IGH, Montpellier, October 19th

Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to this symposium on AI, biology and
health : https://congress.igh.cnrs.fr/AI2018/home.html

This symposium will span a broad set of interests from artificial
life, artificial intelligence and experimental biology.
The aim is to bring together experts from multiple disciplines to
pique the interest of scientists from the other fields.

– Registration is free (but mandatory). It includes attendance,
coffee break & lunch.
– Participants have to organize their travel and accommodation.

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 “Butterfly
effect vs. homeostasis: implications in miRNA-guided repression
and other gene regulation events”
10h00 -> 10h45 Dr. Gregory Beurier (FR,
Computer Scientist: Artificial Life & Intelligence, CIRAD): Genetic
algorithms in biology “Evolutionary
algorithms to improve the accuracy of models of biological
complex systems”
10h45 -> 11h15 Coffee break
11h15 -> 12h00 Dr.
Mohammad Afshar
 (FR, Ariana Pharma) TBC
12h00 -> 13h30 Lunch
13h30 -> 14h15 Dr.
Felix Balazard
 (FR, Owkin): “Addressing the challenges of privacy
and AI literacy for healthcare”
14h15 -> 15h00  Dr. Fabien
Michel (FR, Laboratoire d’Informatique, de Robotique et de
Microélectronique de Montpellier): Individual based modelling   “Investigating complex dynamics
using Multi-Agent Based Simulation”
15h00 -> 15h30 Coffee break
15h30 -> 16h15 Dr. Chedy Raissi (FR, INRIA Nancy and Nasa
Frontier Development Lab): Deep learning and data-mining of rare events “Big data analytics in
healthcare: promise and potential for rare diseases”
16h15 -> 17h00 Pr.
Van Parunak
(USA, Senior Scientist at Soar Technology): Multi-agent systems  “A Collaboration Spectrum for
Computer-Based Models of the Real World”

17h00 -> 17h45 Dr. Thomas Walter  (FR, Institut Curie, Paris): Artificial
Intelligence for Imagery  “Machine Learning for Computational Phenotyping”
17h45 -> 18h15 Round
: “Conducive working
environments for collaboration between computer science and

18h15 -> 19h15 Pr. Pierre Le Coz, professeur de
philosophie (Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, EFS, ADES, Marseille, France)
Grand Public (en français) “L’homme et la technique : de
l’artefact artisanal à l’intelligence artificielle”
19h15 -> 20h00 Networking – Discussion
Maître de conférences HDR / Associate Professor
LIRMM – UMR 5506 CNRS / Université de Montpellier
161, Rue Ada  34 392 MONTPELLIER Cedex 5 FRANCE
E-Mail : fmichel@lirmm.fr      http://www.lirmm.fr/~fmichel
Voice  : +33 (0)4 67 41 86 75  Fax : +33 (0)4 67 41 85 00

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