Rezopole, in partnership with Digital Campus Lyon, invites you to the 11th RezoGirls meeting on Tuesday 18th June at 6.30 pm.
During this new round table, several speakers will discuss the theme "The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: What are the risks for gender diversity? ». The debate will be followed by a cocktail reception.
In the introduction, let us quote Larousse, who defines Artificial Intelligence as "a set of theories and techniques implemented in order to produce machines capable of simulating human intelligence".
After a brief history of Artificial Intelligence, and some examples of dysfunction reproducing, amplifying, or even creating discrimination in their decisions, our speakers will debate based on their respective experiences and provide a relevant analysis of this phenomenon; the gender imbalance generated by the development of AI.
18h30-18h45 : Welcome
18h45-19h00 : Presentation of the speakers
19h00-20h30 : Round table
20h30-21h45 : Cocktail - Jacques Lafargue caterer
To participate in Rezopole events, you must be at least a Silver member (free).
Flavien Chervet is an entrepreneur by day, a prospective lecturer by night. The young company of which he is CEO, Exoflow, creates and runs intrapreneurship programs to help companies reinvent themselves and innovate. Passionate about Artificial Intelligence and its impact on society, he founded the "Meetup IA Lyon" in 2016, bringing together 2500 enthusiasts. He is also vice-president of the Lyon-iS-Ai association, do-tank, whose mission is to demystify AI and educate for its good use.
After an engineering degree from INSA and a DEA, Virginie Mathivet did a doctoral thesis in Artificial Intelligence on genetic algorithms and neural networks. She then turned to teaching and, for more than 10 years, passed on her knowledge of Artificial Intelligence, robotics and connected objects. Today, she works in TeamWork's innovation laboratory as Director of R&D. She is also author of books on AI and speaker.
As a teacher-researcher in robotics and neuroscience, Cécile Pacoret
explores human-machine relations and how their collaboration makes it possible to better understand their respective workings. Between technological and therapeutic innovation, she attaches great importance to experimentation and field experience. Convinced that human and artificial intelligence are complementary, she participates in Fab Labs and seminars to make technology accessible to all and discuss the reality of the field with the public.
You are a woman and you work in the Network & Telecom sector or more broadly in the digital sector and you would like to meet other RezoGirls ?
Come and share your experience in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere...
About Digital Campus
Digital Campus is the leading network of web schools in France, with 10 campuses in metropolitan France, Reunion Island and Senegal. The school prepares its students to become future digital professionals, ready to meet the challenges of digital technology. Digital Campus Lyon, located within the Digital Region Campus, offers web training in alternating or initial training and delivers two certified level I & II titles.