Today (25 May), Uber’s CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi announced a new collaboration project with École Polytechnique to endow the International Academic and Research Chair “Integrated Urban Mobility”. This follows the launch of Uber’s newest Advanced Technologies Center (ATCP) to be based in Paris.
Université Paris-Saclay has launched a dedicated Language Centre. The new centre offers language and intercultural teaching, with joint programmes and shared teaching facilities, and a place for International and French students to come together as a united community.
Two French entrepreneurs are revolutionising fish tanks with a product that uses half a recycled coconut and means an aquarium rarely has to be cleaned, having starting their business CocoPlant while studying at Université Paris-Saclay.
École Polytechnique and Google France announce the creation of an International Academic and Research Chair in the field of artificial intelligence. The Artificial Intelligence and Visual Computing Chair is part of President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to make France a global leader in AI research.
Software for surgeons performing implants, an innovative fish tank cleaner, and laser power to boost the lifespan of aeroplanes are among the business ideas devised by students from Université Paris-Saclay set to be tested in Silicon Valley next week.
The acceleration of knowledge and the emergence of new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), has provoked new ethical questions and requires universities to approach research ethics differently, says Professor Sylvie Pommier, Director of Doctoral Research at Université Paris-Saclay.
Today (30 Oct), The Business of Fashion is pleased to announce the third edition of The Global Fashion School Rankings, including 25 new participating schools and a newly-established ranking of business graduate courses within fashion institutions.
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