The DEEL Project involves academic and industrial partners in the development of dependable, robust, explainable and certifiable artificial intelligence technological bricks applied to critical systems.
Recent progress in Artificial Intelligence, especially in machine learning, has aroused unprecedented interest in these technologies. Many industrial sectors are now considering using them. However, this has led to strong scientific obstacles. Machine learning, especially deep neural networks, can perform well enough to consider critical applications such as autonomous vehicles, predictive maintenance and medical diagnosis, but their theoretical properties are not well-known yet. These scientific challenges make it difficult to meet the industrial constraints required for a general application such as certification, qualification and explainability of algorithms. It is from these observations that the DEEL Project emerged in September 2017.
The IRT Saint Exupery Canada – Centre de recherche Aéro-Numérique – is located in the heart of Montreal’s artificial intelligence ecosystem.
The DEEL Project involves, in France and Quebec, academic and industrial partners in the development of dependable, robust, explainable and certifiable artificial intelligence technological bricks applied to critical systems
IVADO, IRT Saint Exupéry, IID, CRIAQ and ANITI are organizing the 2nd edition of the MobiliT.AI forum from 10 to 12 May 2021 in a new interactive and 100% virtual format.
MobiliT.AI is an international event bringing together a community of experts in Artificial Intelligence for critical systems in the field of transport and mobility (aeronautics, automotive, rail, space, drones, etc.). This community is made up of academic, industrial researchers and tech companies, but also experts in operational safety and in critical embedded systems engineering.