Mikhail Kamalov is a Ph.D. student with INRIA. We interviewed him for the first time when he published his first scientific paper about semi-supervised learning for document classification last November.

Another one of his articles is accepted for publication this May at a prestigious conference: EUSIPCO. We want to learn…


Let’s start with a few figures:

  • AI can increase business productivity by 40%.
  • Already 77% of the devices we use feature one form of AI or another.
  • AI-powered voice assistants to reach 8 billion by 2023.

Yet, some estimate that artificial intelligence is just another buzzword and that AI, like…


  • A cancer researcher has data about the genotype of 90 patients and wants to understand who might develop cancer.
  • A marketing manager has gathered Data on about 20 000 customers, among which 100 have churned.

These are examples of small datasets with no known data distribution available to professionals. Do…


Human beings once had a queue like dogs and cats. This trait has disappeared over time. Nowadays, it survives as a slightly more prominent bone at the bottom of the spine for some of us.

17% of the world population has blue eyes. …


  • A marketing manager for an e-business wants to reduce his churn.
  • A meteorologist wants to know when the next pollution peak will happen.
  • A cancer researcher wants to find out which genes out of a pool of 53 000 are critical in discriminating the risk of uterus cancer in a…


After we gave up hope on a family member aged forty who had, to our knowledge (which might not be exhaustive), been single for most of his life, he introduced us to his new girlfriend. A match made in heaven. They had met online. One year later, they were pregnant…


I have recently noticed a strong correlation between men growing beards and men working in startups. I cannot think of a single startup where no bearded person is working. And it makes me wonder: how come? Why would someone who works in a startup grow a beard?

Therefore I investigated…


Sorting algorithms are to Machine Learning what the sorting hat is to students in the Harry Potter series: a way to assign each individual to a class (or a house). In Harry Potter, there were four different houses: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff. The magical sorting hat assigns every first-year…


Can Machine Learning predict the size of a person based on his/her age and weight? Can Machine Learning compute the price of a house based on its surface, location, and number of rooms? Can Machine Learning determine the revenue of a company based on its marketing budget? …


Artificial Intelligence applied to COVID, i.e., COVID AI, is key to fighting the deadly virus. Over the past ten months, the virus has taken more lives than H.I.V., malaria, influenza, and cholera over the same period. And the COVID-19 pandemic continues to propagate around the globe.

Fighting deaths: entering Clinical Trials

Since outbreaks started at…

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