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Pascal Viginier elected president of the National Academy of Technologies of France

Pascal Viginier, former Vice-President of the Academy of Technologies in 2017-2018, was elected President of the Academy of Technologies for a two-year period (2019-2020). He took office on 1 January 2019, succeeding Bruno Jarry. The Plenary Assembly also renewed the governance of the Academy, electing on 14 November 2018 the members of the Bureau, the Academic Council, the Committees and the Chairs of the Commissions for the period 2019-2020. Edwige Bonnevie was elected General Delegate and Dominique Vernay, Vice-President.

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Resurgence of artificial intelligence and machine learning

In a report voted in plenary session on 14 March, the NATF deems it necessary to build an "AI plan" at European and national level that will make it possible to reinforce investments in computing resources and technological research. The Academy recommends supporting and encouraging a responsible approach to AI that aims to simultaneously develop the performance and ethical acceptability of intelligent algorithms.

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