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Cooperation between Russia and France in AI discussed at online forum

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Cooperation between Russia and France in AI discussed at online forum


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The forum on artificial intelligence, which was first organized by experts from France and Russia, brought together representatives of the federal and municipal authorities, scientists and entrepreneurs of the two countries, TASS reports.

In particular, they touched upon innovative projects in medicine, ecology, education, energy, transport and other areas. Skolkovo Foundation Chairman Arkady Dvorkovich announced Russia's openness to new forms of cooperation. He called the construction of a clinical center of the University of Strasbourg in Moscow a promising cooperation project.

The desire and readiness to cooperate with Russian scientists in the development of technologies with artificial intelligence was announced at the forum by the mayor of Bouillon Jean-Pierre Mascarelli. The deputy of the French National Assembly Michel Larive stated that the developed international ethical charter for the use of technosciences should be available to the entire population of the planet.

Representatives of leading universities and big business from Russia and France spoke at the event. The forum was held at the initiative of the Trade Representation of Russia in France.

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