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This is Artificial Intelligence by Thales
8 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
How to ensure the adoption of Augmented Intelligence in critical systems
Today, Artificial Intelligence is pushing our technologies to a new frontier. The fast moving digital revolution gives us a glimpse of the potential of Artificial Intelligence, or AI, and the risks that come with it. When working in regulated industries such as aerospace, transportation or defence, we must ensure that our technologies are certifiable, explainable, and trustworthy while keeping people accountable for critical decisions.
8 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
How do we make Augmented Intelligence a reality in critical systems?
Today, Artificial Intelligence is pushing our technologies to a new frontier. The fast moving digital revolution gives us a glimpse of the potential of Artificial Intelligence, or AI, and the risks that come with it. When working in regulated industries such as aerospace, transportation or defence, we must ensure that our technologies are certifiable, explainable, and trustworthy while keeping people accountable for critical decisions. To allow us to solve problems of greater complexity, while maintaining the same trust level, we have adopted a new AI Strategy which puts humans at the centre: Augmented Intelligence. Two Thales employees based in Montreal and in Quebec City in Canada- Siegfried Usal, General Manager, and Jean-François Gagnon, Human Factors and Cognition Scientist –explain what kind of approach Augmented Intelligence is, and what areas of application they’re working on.
14 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
AI in Analytics and IoT
Join Guavus Head of Products and Marketing Stephen Spellicy as he delves into AI, analytics and IoT – key use cases, where AI and IoT are going and why telecom will lead the way. He discusses how best to figure out and predict issues that IoT devices might be facing, and how to get at the data you really need from within your organization and from your IoT devices. He provides examples of how some of the top communications service providers today are using AI today to better analyze the huge volume of data coming from connected IoT devices and sensors into their networks (along with all their operational, customer and business data) and, without manual intervention, make better decisions, provide smarter new services and a better customer experience while reducing costs.
9 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
How AI is supporting cybersecurity
As in many other sectors, artificial intelligence (AI) is a game changer in cybersecurity. In an increasingly connected and digital world, cyberprotection needs a powerful tool such as AI, able to learn from new behaviours, adapt to an ever-changing environment and be customised to clients’ needs. Thales IT security expert Olivier Bettan explains how AI can be used for protecting a business from cyberattacks and the different approaches Thales is working on.
10 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
How AI embedded in aircraft flight decks is supporting airline pilots
Artificial Intelligence is one of the key drivers for the shift to a more digital aviation sector, and by interacting with other digital enablers (connectivity, big data) is the gateway to more precise, safer flight and more efficiency in the cockpit – as pilots receive sharper, more blended data and information. This all represents an invaluable aid in pilots’ tasks of navigating aircraft from A to B, ever more swiftly and safely. AI is already present on board aircraft and Thales will increasingly embed AI in the solutions we deliver. Everybody is set to gain from this trend across the aviation chain, and for Thales delivering AI capability is also an integral part of the certifiable Thales TrUE AI framework.
15 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
AI to drive mobility change as autonomous train is coming
While artificial intelligence (AI) will completely change our daily habits, it is also a booming area in enterprise applications. The ground transportation sector is no exception as AI should be at the heart of the next mobility revolution. Supported by AI, autonomous trains and metros will come faster than people think and they are likely to be on rail even before driverless cars will be on the road. Autonomous trains and metros will improve traffic flow, safety and passenger experience whilst reducing energy consumption and environmental pollution. Amine Arezki, Chief Autonomy Leader at Thales in Germany, and Walter Kinio, VP, Research and Innovation at Thales in Canada, explain how AI will disrupt mobility and the ground transportation sector.
11 minutes | Aug 13, 2019
Why AI is ‘the new Digital’ in Defence, Enabling Human-Machine Teaming
Thales AI Expert David Sadek reveals why AI is now the ‘new digital’ in defence, enabling human-machine teaming from mission preparation to the theatre of operations. Humans remain responsible for AI combat decisions based on AI meeting the test of explainability, validity and responsibility.
17 minutes | Jul 22, 2019
What's the future of Artificial Intelligence in Critical Environments?
In this first of a series of podcasts, Thales' AI expert David Sadek lifts the curtain on where Thales is going in Artificial Intelligence for its customers' critical environments. He explains why Thales is developing Hybrid AI for more power and functionality, how Thales is keeping humans in the decision-making loop, and why the company launched Thales TrUE AI --Transparent, Understandable, and Ethical.
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