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Emmanuel Keita: From Bayesian Networks to Cognitive Science

Events Conference 2019 Conference

At the recent BayesiaLab conference, Emmanuel Keita presented the "big picture" of Artificial Intelligence, covering the entire spectrum from cognitive science to Bayesian networks. Here is a recording of his presentation.

 

Emmanuel Keita, sundiata.fr

Abstract

At the heart of the of companies' information systems, close to decision-makers and operational staff, my professional experiences had led me to the observation that Business Intelligence (BI) did not provide a satisfactory answer to their real problems. What had changed in 20 years? Rainbow colors in the screens, OLAP cubes democratization, calculation speed… exciting — and also nightmare — for those in the IT department. But what is the real added value for the decision-makers and the workers? Curious about the potential of AI, I had just been trained in Python but, as a statistician, I saw nothing intellectually satisfying in my discovery of machine learning. Then a guy talked to me about "Bayesian networks."

That will be the starting point for this talk. An escapade into "augmented intelligence": Bayesian networks and BayesiaLab, encounters, change of relationship to the data, to beliefs, to the world and to myself… But, who am I, really ?

Presenter Biography

Emmanuel KeitaEmmanuel Keita has a multi-disciplinary background in mathematics and information system management:

  • "Augmented Intelligence Evangelist" — he popularizes decision making discernment to different audiences: from high school to Google Zurich events, he focuses on human discernment in decision-making: not all is data!
  • National defense auditor (France), Emmanuel was contributor of the "Villany report" — AI’s French strategy — (03/2018) and autor of an article "Le potentiel des réseaux bayésiens" in Défense & Stratégie Internationale (04/2019).
  • Datamanager and statistician consultant in pharmaceutical industry (GSK), in charge of Statistics of Fujifilm, France.
  • Head of the Business Intelligence division of Groupe Soufflet (agri-food industry).
  • Emmanuel recently stopped Sundiata’s adventure for new challenges.

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