Leti active in Grenoble artificial intelligence institute

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Published : 1 October 2019

Leti, which kicked off a major R&D program on embedded artificial intelligence this year, is also part of Grenoble’s new Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence (MIAI), which will receive €100 million in government and private-sector funding over four years to finance R&D partnerships with around 50 businesses and 28 research chairs. One of the main objectives of the new institute is to get different labs in Grenoble’s sci-tech ecosystem working together.

Leti has been tasked with coordinating four of the chairs—on neuromorphic architectures, patient involvement in the management of medical treatment, telecommunications network optimization, and the impact of artificial intelligence on society. Work began this summer.


Contact: catherine.ogier-falzon@cea.fr

*Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence


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