2nd International Research
Meeting on Artificial Intelligence

IRMIA-2020 : Artificial Intelligence, Humans, Organizations, Society
2020, 14-15 october in La Rochelle

According to the 2018 report of the World Economic Forum, AI will be increasingly present in our professional and personal lives. Some people think that this is a great opportunity which will revolutionize the world and our daily lives. Others see it as a threat to jobs and freedom. According to J. G. Ganascia, a researcher at the Sorbonne-University Computer Laboratory (LIP6), AI refers to “a scientific discipline that aims to break down intelligence into elementary functions, to the point where a computer can be built to simulate them.” The fields of AI and machine learning offer infinite opportunities for research and development and building solutions that can help human civilization and socities.

As such, AI research concerns many scientific disciplines (Human and Social Sciences, Management Sciences, Economics, Engineering Sciences, Medical Sciences, etc.). The objective is not to be frightened or overtly fantasize, but to imagine and prepare ourselves to live the world of tomorrow with serenity. Researchers from different disciplines have an important role to play as pathfinders.

You are cordially invited to submit your research papers for presentation at the 2nd International Research Meeting on Artificial Intelligence (IRMIA-2020) that will take place on 15th October 2020 in La Rochelle—a coastal city in southwestern France and one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations.

Co-organized by La Rochelle Business School – Excelia Group and the Cyber Society, IRMIA-2020 provides an excellent avenue for disseminating your precious scholarly and practice-based work; and network with academics, students and practitioners to exchange ideas on new research results, and challenges faced by individuals, organizations and societies due to the fast-paced developments in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

Download the call for papers