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As part of the second edition of the Datacity challenge organized by NUMA with the support of the Paris City Council, France, 12 startups have been chosen to imagine the future of the city on key topics including energy, waste management, logistic, mobility and smart building.
craft ai has been selected by the jury composed of the Paris City Council and SUEZ for the challenge Information about waste collection times. If you want to know more you can read our blog post HERE
During two months, craft ai has been contributing to the #FranceIA program launched by the French Ministry of Economy and Finance to define the French National Strategy on Artificial Intelligence. Especially, craft ai has helped define the strategy to improve the transfer of the research results to companies. On Tuesday 21th of March, at the “Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie” each working group presented their analysis and advices to make France a leader in AI, and craft ai was proud to be there!
On March the 9th, Orange Business Services organized Hello! Business Talks to explore the present and future of Digital Humanity; AI was, of course, a central topic. craft ai was invited to present its vision of a smart and relevant personal assistant like Batman’s butler: Alfred!
View or review the Orange Business Talk in French HERE
craft ai has been identified by Capgemini as an innovative AI startup to participate at its national Open Innovation event: What’s now Paris. Alongside Angus.ai and Recast ai, we showcased how AI can be applied to solve B2B & B2C problems around personal assistant and knowledge work automation. With more than 500 attendees (through Periscope, Twitter and in one of their 6 regional Applied Innovation Exchange lab), this event was a great success and allowed us to start a new collaboration with a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services! You can view the replay here:
We were happy to be invited by Recast.Ai to give a talk at the Paris Artificial Intelligence Meetup #3. We demonstrated how to build a personal sleep coach using Withings watch, Calendar, GPS data (gathered on a craft ai member :) ) and craft ai API of course. Also in this meetup, Joseph Dureau from Snips presented his benchmark for chatbots and Tristan Martin-Stocker from Riminder shared an introduction to deep learning. Really cool, definitely looking forward the next Paris AI meetup on Thursday May 18th! You can view the craft ai presentation HERE
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