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“Augmenting decision-makers’ capabilities with a Human-Supportive A.I taking the form of a distributed Cognitive Operating System.”

Catherine Ryall - 07-nov.-2018 20:03:00
BRAINCITIES LAB bridges the gap between humans and their ever-changing environments by making ecosystems such as cities, cars and businesses responsive. We are augmenting decision-makers’ capabilities with Human-Supportive A.I taking the form of a distributed Cognitive Operating System. Founded in 2013, BRAINCITIES LAB is a French Startup based in Paris, specialized in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science. The company creates dynamically evolving knowledge bases to train, then fuel predictive models and measure the readiness of evolving processes. This architecture enables the mining of meaningful stories from heterogeneous data sources. Decision-makers need A.I that Understands Human Behaviors to enable frictionless interactions between environments, technology and people. Inspired by this foreseeable reality, Braincities builds and provides the first human-supportive Artificial Intelligence endowed with judging and empathy capabilities. This unique technology helps decision-makers solve structural problems like: • The human inability to quickly identify trends and patterns • The lack of business self-serviceability • Top management needs to make informed decisions when and where it matters • The increasing volume of unreliable data flooding in the Global Datasphere (163 Zb by 2025) BRAINCITIES LAB combines a proprietary semantic data refinery with a deployable decentralized infrastructure as a service. Such Data Analytics Infrastructure and its related universal personal Datawallets comply with European GDPR regulations. The associated services and protocols secure the data used by our A.I algorithms to provide accurate and reliable recommendations to individuals, businesses, governments and even, smart-devices like autonomous cars. The described Data Analytics Infrastructure is powered by a scalable network of autonomous computation units (the Datawallets), that ultimately will enable us to release the first Distributed Cognitive Operating System . By 2025 our technology will endow all computerized equipment with judging and empathy capabilities drastically improving the machine’s ability to deliver accurate and contextualized services and recommendations to humans. Looking for ways to grow your business with AI? Contact us to discover our use-case in HR, Finance, Smart Cities, Automotive.   Antoine BRUEL | Head of Growth Key Account Manager Email. antoine.bruel@braincities.co Mob. +33 601 642 742 www.braincities.co   BRAINCITIES LAB 21 Bvd Haussmann 75009, Paris Tel. +331 56 03 67 52 Tel. +447 413 341 581 contact@braincities.co www.braincities.co  

The Institut des Métiers d’Art et du Patrimoine, and its partners, invite you to the Salon International des Métiers d’Art 2016

Catherine Ryall - 16-nov.-2016 13:11:57
  The event will be open from 10am to 7pm for 3 days, from 18th to 20th November, and entry is free of charge. Discovery, exchanges, encounters and enjoyment are the orders of the days for this event , which now takes place on an international scale and is to play host to 137 renowed professionals taken from the cream of the industry all across Europe (Belgium, UK, Spain, Czech Republic and more). Meet industry experts with an all-encompassing range of skills: the Architecture and Garden Industry represented by campanists, enamel tilemakers, master glassmakers and stonemasons; the Furnishing and Decoration Industry represented by cane furniture-makers, fresco painters, mosaicists, decorative upholsterers, cabinetmakers and more; the Lighting Industry ; the Jewellery Industry ; the Metal Industry represented by blade-makers, ironmongers and more; the Ceramics Industry represented by moulders, porcelain workers, ceramicists and more; the Glass and Crystal Industry represented by glassblowers and more; the Fashion Industry represented by couturiers, milliners, fan makers and more; the Textiles Industry represented by decorative fabric painters; the Leather Industry represented by leatherworkers, taxidermists and more; the Paper, Drawing and Printing Industry represented by card makers, engravers and more; the Games and Gaming Industry ; the Instrument-making Industry represented by mechanical musical instrument-makers and stringed-instrument makers; and the Furniture, Painting, Paper and Manuscript Restoration Industry. Laid out by sector , the event is presented around 3 main themes: • Raw Materials/Working with materials • Object Materials/Interior decor • Personal Attire Awards and Distinctions: Meilleurs Ouvriers de France, Compagnons du Devoir, Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant, etc. The programme is packed with events and entertainment, showcasing rare and exceptional know-how: • Model boat restorers • Taxidermists • The fountains of Saint Nectaire, a unique moulding technique • Traditional makers of fairground organs and hurdy-gurdies • Decorative church bells and monumental clocks • Vintage car restoration • 3D modelling The  Salon International des Métiers d’Art also features: • An on-site boutique • ’Relaxation’ areas • International ’photo’ exhibition • and much more Partners: DIRECCTE, le Conseil Régional Hauts de France, Le Conseil Départemental du Pas de Calais, La Communauté d’agglomération de LENS LIEVIN, le Chambre Régionale de métiers et de l’artisanat des Hauts de France, le Crédit Agricole, La Chambre Régionale de Commerce et de l’Industrie The Institut des Métiers d’Art et du Patrimoine values and supports the excellence of the savoir-faire of heritage craft and design professionals             For more information, please visit:  http://salon-international-metiers-art.com/ and http://www.imap-institut.com/

Dynamic French creative agency Vision de Marques sets up in the UK

Fran Lambert - 08-mars-2016 17:45:32
Vision de Marques specialises in  Decorations & Indoor Animation ,  Outdoor Decorations & Displays  and  Outdoor Hoarding for Wallscapes . An innovative creative agency, it boasts an impressive portfolio of high-profile clients in France across the retail/shopping, architecture, interior design, fashion, luxury goods, beauty, tech/gadgets/mobile and restaurant sectors, such as Burger King, Etam, Galeries Lafayette, H&M, Kookai, Marks & Spencer, Samsung, Tag Heuer, Unilever, Prêt à Manger and Pizza Hut. Vision de Marques hopes to showcase its proven expertise in optimising point of sale to potential clients and experience a similar level of success in the British market. It is dedicated to setting its clients apart from the competition and transforming their retail point of sale into a vibrant place full of new experiences for the public. Vision de Marques is particularly keen to increase its profile in the UK and exchange with specialist British press and media. For more information on Vision de Marques, visit: Websi te:   www.visiondemarques.com/en/ Twitter:  @VisiondeMarques Facebook:  Vision de Marques   For more information on the attached press kit, contact: Fran Lambert,Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email:  fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr

France presents its creative credentials

Alice Faure - 24-févr.-2016 12:56:41
London, Tuesday 23 February 2016 – French entrepreneurs and creative pioneers descended on Shoreditch on Tuesday as a new campaign launched to showcase French innovation and creativity. Créative France is an international campaign to promote French economic development in the UK and around the world.   The campaign is the brainchild of Business France, the agency for the international development of the French economy. Backed by pioneers such as star chef Hélène Darroze and designer Philippe Starck, the campaign draws on examples of French innovation in sectors such as food, technology, healthcare, tourism, transport, culture, luxury goods, fashion and design. Among the innovations on show at the Shoreditch House launch event on Tuesday were Romy Paris , a Nespresso-like machine that makes fresh face cream, DJ turntable app Edjing , which emulates a real turn table, and the Sensorwake alarm clock which shakes sleepers from their slumbers with scent rather than sound. These innovations and others involved in the campaign, from the likes of Airbus and Deezer, bear testimony to the innovative strength and creativity of the French business community. Each innovation on display at the launch event was showcased by one of the pioneers who brought it to market while a panel discussion explored the unique facets of French innovation and business culture.    Panellists included Jean-Baptiste Hironde (CEO and founder of Djit, creator of Edjing ), Christophe Arnaud (UK Managing Director of BluepointLondon and Bluecity ), Quentin Sannié (CEO and founder of Devialet ) and Daniel Benamran (UK Managing Director of BlablaCar UK ). Britain and France are two of the most innovative and pioneering nations in the world. There are already many instances of collaboration between British and French entrepreneurs and France is an attractive destination for UK investors with almost 2,300 British companies employing more than 230,000 people in France. We want to build on that success and that shared affinity for creativity and we hope this campaign will go some way to achieving that goal. - Muriel Pénicaud, CEO of Business France. Muriel P é nicaud also announced the winner of the #CreativeNext contest: Allegorithmic is an innovative company developing a new generation of 3D creation tools, used by the computer games, visual effects, design and architecture industries. #CreativeNext is a Twitter competition to select a French innovative entrepreneur. The winner will have the chance to be part of the wider Cr é ative France campaign with a dedicated visual. *** More on Créative France is available: -  in the digital press folder: epresspack.net/creative-france -  on the campaign website: creative.businessfrance.fr The France Attractiveness Scoreboard is available at: http://sayouitofrance-innovation.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/1_UK.pdf Follow us on Twitter: @creativefrance About Business France Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program. Founded on 1 January 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, visit: www.businessfrance.fr Press contact Fran Lambert Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France United Kingdom +44 (0)20 7024 3613 fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr

Experts in dangerous goods transportation showcase complete value chain on the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion at SITL Europe 2016

Fran Lambert - 18-janv.-2016 15:31:11
For the first time, SITL Europe 2016, taking place on 22-25 March 2016 in Hall 6 of the Parc des Expositions, Paris Nord Villepinte, France, will feature the new Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion.  With an exhibition zone and a programme of dedicated conferences and workshops, there will be a complete value chain of experts in dangerous goods transportation, such as accreditation and training organisations, logistics service providers, transport operators, logistics hubs, warehouse and transport equipment (tanks, industrial coachwork, storage) and packaging. Dangerous goods regulations affect everybody. The majority of manufacturers and distributors must ensure security across logistics operations involving dangerous goods. But regulations are frequently misunderstood and the solutions are not immediately obvious.  Regulations applicable to the transportation of dangerous goods, such as the SEVESO III directive, new environmental protection classifications (ICPE), Classification-Labelling-Packaging (CLP) and ADR, IATA, IMDG, RID and ADN codes, have become increasingly strict and are constantly evolving. In the fields of transport, logistics and packaging, risk prevention, safety and security are at the heart of supply chain excellence.  A sector of excellence Taking into account all transport modes, 15% of global goods traffic involves dangerous materials. From the point of origin to the final client, their management depends on a value chain of experts conforming to strict guidelines. The regulations are updated every two years through ADR, IATA, IMDG, RID and AND codes. Along with hydrocarbons, chemical and gaseous goods, many everyday goods have been classified as ‘sensitive products’ requiring specific logistics procedures. This is the case with perfumes, certain beauty products, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, most household detergents, and an increasing number of waste products. ‘In order to respond to a multitude of challenges, SITL Europe 2016 along with the ANCS (National Association of Safety Advisers), is bringing together all experts in the sector,’ says Alan Bagnaud, Director of Reed Exhibitions Transport & Logistics. ‘Thanks to its exhibitors and programme of dedicated conferences and workshops, the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion offers shippers up-to-date information on the regulatory environment, which will offer a real advantage to an increasingly complex sector.’   According to Olivier Bicanic, Customs and International Trade Manager at GMJ Phoenix and Editor of the Solutions TMD guide surveying 600 specialist suppliers in dangerous supply chains, ‘Whether in-house or external, the security adviser is at the centre of the value chain and the daily challenge  they face depends on the diversity of products, the risks associated in their handling and their quantities.’ A 100% ADR network In terms of dangerous supply chains, shippers have high expectations. ‘Given the expertise required for the secure treatment of chemical products, procurement managers are increasingly alert to the capacities  of national, European and international transport and logistics supplier networks. They expect total control over ADR and flexibility in the organisation and management of movement,’ explains Bruno Guillard, Business Development Manager for Chem-Logistics Europe (Dachser France) and member of the Steering Committee for Dangerous Goods Logistics. The expectations of the chemical industry are at the heart of the creation of the Dachser Group’s Chem-Logistics solution. With an integrated network of 333 agencies in Europe, 100% ADR, partly SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment System) evaluated, the Dachser Group has developed a dedicated service based on secure processes, scheduling and packaging equipment specifically for handling, storage, and the transport of pallets.  ‘The Chem-Logistics solution is supported by a team of 164 European security advisers for the transportation of dangerous goods (CSTMD). At the same time, training on classed products and their procedures form part of annual information updates provided to our associates,’ adds Guillard. SEVESO III directive  Based on the quantities of dangerous materials stored, new warehouse standards entered into force on 1st June 2015. ‘Under the title SEVESO III in a European directive transposed into French law, this establishes stricter rules on safety and security. Where an existing building is modified or enlarged, applying the law requires changes to be made to existing installations or – more frequently – new ones to be created,’ says Pascal Robat, a consultant specialising in logistics and transportation to different urban areas. A member of the Steering Committee for Dangerous Goods Logistics, he worked on the planning for the LOGIPARC 03 multimodal hub in Moulins, a town in the Allier department of France.  Conceived under the framework of standard ISO 14001, the logistics park will open in early 2017 as the first SEVESO III certified building.  Following an agreement signed in February 2014 with the Moulins urban area on the initiative of the company Eiffage Construction, the building will be operated by Transports Bourrat and will offer a storage capacity of 18,000m². This multipurpose storage capability, the only of its kind, is designed to handle most products included in the new nomenclature for ICPE-classified installations. With access to road and rail connections and combined rail-road, the space can be sub-divided into several units of up to 500m². Regulatory monitoring Regulations that aim to facilitate data sharing between dangerous goods actors could enter into force in 2017-2019 by converting to the digitisation of transport documents using telematics systems. To this effect the presence of MD Service will allow for the presentation of the GEOTRANS MD project. ‘GéoTransMD is an ambitious joint project on the Geolocation of Dangerous Goods presented at the fifteenth call for projects by the Fonds Unique Interministériel (Single Interministerial Fund – FUI15). It aims to define European telematics architecture which ensures the delivery of secure data on the quality and quantity of dangerous goods transported by road, rail or inland waterways,’ explains Matthieu Bernadet, Director of MD Service. Research laboratories (CEREMA, LNE and CEA), private-sector companies (NOVACOM, GLS and ERECA) and MD Service, a consultant member of the GEOTRANS MD consortium, will come together for the first time at SITL Europe 2016, to exhibit the potential applications and their expected advantages. For further information regarding the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion at SITL Europe 2016, visit www.sitl.eu/en/Home/  or contact: Silviane Dubail Press Relations Adviser SD Com Tel: +33 (0)6 07 53 53 43 Email: sdubail@sdcom.fr For further information regarding this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France (The French Trade Commission in the UK) Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email: fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr View other press releases at:  www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/
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Business France - The French Trade Commission in the UK  is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy in the UK. It is responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating the UK’s investment in France. Business France promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE Programme in the UK. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 members of staff, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. In September 2015, Patrick Manon was appointed the new Director of Business France in the UK. Prior to this appointment, Patrick was the Human Resources Director at Business France in Paris, which manages the recruitment of t

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