Partenaires : ULCO, UPJV, CNRS
With a budget of 11 million euros over 10 years, the MAIA Project aims to support and deepen the new uses that have appeared in recent years in many scientific fields following the rise of artificial intelligence. The project aims to study, develop and deploy the strong interactions existing between artificial intelligence and three key application areas of the A2U alliance: health (UPJV), chemistry (materials, energy; UPJV/UArtois) and environment/sea (ULCO) as well as economic, sociological, ethical and legal aspects. This interdisciplinary project brings together 19 laboratories, as well as a large network of socio-economic actors (local authorities, companies, clusters, etc.). MAIA is based on three components: research, training and promotion. The project also deals with transversal aspects: Science with and for Society, Open Science, internationalization and construction of shared corpora.