Le mercredi 29 janvier 2020 à 14h, en l'amphithéâtre du bâtiment Forum du Campus SophiaTech, Prof. Lorenzo Rosasco et Prof. Silvia Villa, Università di Genova, font un tutorial intitulée "Optimisation for machine learning".
ACTUALITÉS (tout voir)
Du 1er au 5 juin 2020, à Nice, l'équipe MDSC, en particulier Arnaud Malapert et Marie Pelleau, organise les 16e Journées Francophones de Programmation par Contraintes (JFPC 2020).
L'équipe Sparks, en particulier Marco Winckler General Conference Chair, organise la conférence ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS) à Sophia Antipolis du 23 au 26 juin 2020.
Philippe Collet, équipe SPARKS, est Research Track co-Chair de la conférence Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC), qui a lieu à Montréal (Canada) du 19 au 23 octobre 2020.
The I3S LABORATORY
It's on the SophiaTech campus in the heart of the Sophia Antipolis technology park our laboratory conducts research in the field of information science and communication.
"Advancing knowledge, consider the economic and technological realities, while imagining tomorrow's solutions."
The I3S laboratory is one of the largest information and communication science laboratories in the French Riviera. it was one of first ones to settle down on Sophia Antipolis Science and Technology Park. It consists of a little less than 300 people. [+...]
In partnership with CNRS and INRIA, and numerous industrial collaborations, we work on the themes of innovative research at the cutting edge of science and technology: systems and networks ubiquitous, biology and digital health, modeling for environment interactions and practices. [+...]
The laboratory is organized in 4 teams:
COMRED team (French acronym for Communications, Networks, Embedded Systems, Distributed Systems)
MDSC team (French acronym for Discrete Models for Complex System)
SIS team (Signal, Image and Systems)
SPARKS team (Scalable and Pervasive softwARe and Knowledge Systems)
The 5 latest submissions recorded in HAL
FOCUS DU MOIS
runner-up (second place) of the Application Impact award at IJCAI 2019
Political debates are the means used by political candidates to put forward and justify their positions in front of the electors with respect to the issues at stake. Argument mining is a novel research area in Artificial Intelligence, aiming at analyzing discourse on the pragmatics level and applying a certain argumentation theory to model and automatically analyze textual data. In this paper, the authors present DISPUTool, a tool designed to ease the work of historians and social science scholars in analyzing the argumentative content of political speeches. More precisely, DISPUTool allows to explore and automatically identify argumentative components over the 39 political debates from the last 50 years of US presidential campaigns (1960-2016).