Event 11.05.2023 – Renseignement, Science, Innovation : première ligne de défense de la Suisse

Places très limitées et uniquement pour nos membres !

Vous êtes cordialement invité-e-s à notre prochain événement organisé en collaboration avec Unlimitrust by SICPA, RUAG MRO, Swisscom Ventures, Effixis et la Trust Valley :

Cet événement a lieu à Unlimitrust, Route des Flumeaux 42, 1008 Prilly

*** Programme de la soirée ***

17h45 Ouverture des portes

18h15 WelcomeProf. Hélène Madinier & Stéphanie Haesen (President Swissintell)

18h20 Intelligence & Communication for the Swiss Defence IndustryBrigitte Beck (CEO RUAG MRO Holding SA)

18h30 Du SRC / SRM à SICPA : retour d’expérience et tour d’horizon de la géopolitique du renseignementJean-Philippe Gaudin (SICPA Strategic Affairs Director, ancien Directeur du SRC)

19h00 MARTA: Leveraging Human Rationales for Explainable Text ClassificationProf. Philippe Cudré-Mauroux (eXascale Infolab, UNIFR)

19h30 Deeptech Nation, What future for the Swiss model ?Dominique Mégret (Head of Swisscom Ventures)

20h00 Table ronde et débat avec tous les intervenants et Effixis – Dr. Alain Mermoud (modérateur)

20h30 Closing remarks & wrap-up, Stéphanie Haesen (President Swissintell)

20h40 Networking, Drinks & Inauguration RUAG OfficeDr. Yann Donon (Head Communication & Intelligence, RUAG)

Webinar du 22.04.20 – Abakus SIGN & IBM i2 Analyst Notebook investigation graphique

Webinar en partenariat entre Satom IT & Learning Solutions et Swissintell.

Présentation du connecteur Abakus SIGN sur une base Graph des Panama Papers pour présentation de relations cachées des résultats Investigation graphique à l’AI.

Recommendations for an AI Strategy in Switzerland

Digital transformation is radically reshaping almost every aspect of our society. The explosion of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics applications is enabled by the extreme availability of data in combination with the substantial computing power of modern highly distributed computing infrastructures connected by high-speed networks. Machine learning technologies can be trained to perform specific tasks with an efficiency and an accuracy that can supplement and, in some cases, outperform that of humans. These systems provide deep insights by learning from data and interactions with users, which is already leading to a profound transformation of numerous industries, professions and society at large. The current state of AI is, however, still far from delivering truly intelligent behaviour that is comparable to human intelligence. An AI research strategy should therefore carefully analyse AI’s history with its various waves of large promises and conceptual shortcomings.

Recent advancements in machine learning have enabled AI technologies to become extremely successful. Speech recognition, natural language interaction with machines and facial recognition based on deep learning are now commodities that have changed the way people interact. The machine learning strategy of emulating human performance by learning from human experience promises a solution to the knowledge extraction problem. However, the automated reasoning process is as opaque as human decision making. Evolution has enabled humans to collectively reason and act on our collective experience, though other humans are often black boxes. Today, we are confronted with computational artefacts that are adapted to complex human decision making and, thereby, have inherited a similar “black box” behaviour.

Given the penetration of AI across most industries, its potential impact on GDP promises to be very high. In Switzerland, AI is already reshaping industries such as banking, insurance, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing. Furthermore, Switzerland is the European country that has the highest number of AI start-ups per citizen, with more than 100 startups. Many leading countries are heavily investing in AI development strategies and the establishment of technology transfer centres in this field.

To date, Switzerland has not developed a dedicated AI strategy. AI is one of many topics covered in the strategy “Digitale Schweiz”. An interdepartmental working group on AI which should ensure knowledge exchange in the domain of AI within the federal administration and coordinate Switzerland’s positions in international bodies, is mandated to submit a report to the Federal Council by September 2019. Furthermore, an interdisciplinary study on behalf of TASWISS is evaluating the opportunities and risks of AI on the basis of various focal points: work, education, media, consumption and administration. The publication of that study is planned for the end of 2019.

Read more here : SATW