On the occasion of the presentation of the report by Cédric Villani, MP for Essonne, on the National and European strategy to be adopted in the field of Artificial Intelligence, on Wednesday 29 March 2018, LNE is proposed to "become the competent authority in the field of AI evaluation".
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Nanoparticles are receiving plenty of attention nowadays in both the societal and scientific spheres. Some of these particles have existed in the natural state forever yet currently constitute a real source of technological breakthroughs across a wide array of fields: health, food, information science, transportation, to name a few. From the definition of a nanomaterial through the challenges inherent in its characterization, discover the key underlying technological and societal concerns in this special report prepared by our experts.
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