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Artificial Intelligence, its definition

Artificial Intelligence (AI) consists of implementing a certain number of techniques aimed at allowing machines to imitate a form of real intelligence. AI is being implemented in a growing number of application areas.

The concept emerged in the 1950s thanks to the mathematician Alan Turing. In his book Computing Machinery and Intelligence, the latter raises the question of providing machines with a form of intelligence. He then describes a test now known as the “Turing Test” in which a subject interacts blindly with another human, then with a machine programmed to formulate sensible responses. If the subject is not able to tell the difference, then the machine has passed the test and, according to the author, can truly be considered "intelligent."

From Google to Microsoft, including Apple, IBM and Facebook, all major companies in the IT world are today working on the issues of artificial intelligence by trying to apply it to a few specific areas. Each has thus set up artificial neural networks made up of servers and allowing them to process heavy calculations within gigantic databases.

Artificial Intelligence in a few figures?

The 21st century economy is based on data. Artificial Intelligence is of undeniable interest because it facilitates the collection, processing and analysis of information. It is set to become essential for almost all economic activities.


Source: UNESO



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The figure makes you dizzy, that's what Artificial Intelligence (AI) could add to global GDP by 2030, according to the same report.


*Increase in economic value created by all countries in the world, per year.


If McKinsey does not consider that AI will destroy employment in general, it nevertheless emphasizes that the gap risks widening between workers and countries: "The share of repetitive jobs requiring few digital skills is expected to fall from 43% to 32% [...]. Conversely, the share of jobs requiring advanced digital skills will increase from 42% to 53%."

*Share of companies using artificial intelligence


With one click, a Deep Learning algorithm that can drive a significant competitive advantage in an industry can be deployed worldwide.

The internet revolution was very gradual because it required the deployment of an infrastructure. Most businesses that failed to adapt have declined.

Artificial Intelligence, Why?

Artificial Intelligence will produce an “unprecedented rupture” we are told, we do not want this rupture to be a fracture for your country, whether technologically or ethically.

You must be part of the actors who act, think, produce and design.

Each territory must be able to claim to position itself in terms of Artificial Intelligence.

The conditions are essentially linked to human capital and high-level IT expertise.

Your country must have universities which must become increasingly involved in these technological issues and must have, among other things:

  • A critical mass of teachers and researchers committed to these questions.

  • A strong dimension of training (engineer and master) in IT, AI and Data.

  • A training institute for artificial intelligence engineers.

  • A computing center.

  • A prototyping center.

  • An anchor in a socio-economic environment and a logic of projects bringing together partnerships.

Develop the level

Satisfactory digital education

Successful transition to healthy AI integration in your country

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The best strategy to follow

This space will be designed to better understand AI and its transformations. It is a place where we will acculturate, discover, understand and experiment with this technology.


The objective is to prepare your country to understand the changes linked to AI and to place humans at the center of the questions it raises.


This space aims to boost institutional, university, industrial and citizen collaboration around new technologies and their challenges.


The space will be regularly animated by events on innovation and AI.


The various events allow you to learn, exchange and develop knowledge.

Ethics Monitoring Observatory to measure societal and ethical impacts.

Exhibition Hall.

Co-Working Space.

Experimental laboratory.

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