Our COO/CTO's paper on Auto-Adaptative Learning for Life Science Knowledge published by Springer.
Our COO/CTO Mickaël Camus participated at the 32nd Canadian Artificial Intelligence Conference at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario last May 28 to May 31.
This big event brings together world-renowned experts and researchers in the field of AI every year. The focus of the conference was on Artificial Intelligence research, advanced information and communication technology.
Furthermore, Mickaël wrote a scientific paper that was part of the four Canadian AI Industry Track papers in which he presented on Auto-Adaptative Learning for Life Science Knowledge. The article is now available and published by Springer in the Advances in Artificial Intelligence.
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