Google inaugurated AI division in Paris

The new artificial intelligence research laboratory will have 20 people for the development of innovative equipment

On Tuesday, the Google company officially opened its first artificial intelligence (AI) research laboratory in Paris, France.

According to Delphine Gény-Stephann, Minister of Economy, these facilities represent a “strong sign of the attractiveness of France in a leading technology sector”.

The new Parisian laboratory will work with a solid nucleus of 20 researchers, who will later be able to develop teams for the creation of applications arising from these investigations.

So said Olivier Bousquet, head of artificial intelligence activities of Google in Europe, who noted that until now they have five people.

“For now, we have hired five people, with the goal of reaching fifteen by the end of the year. Google is creating a network of artificial intelligence research centers around the world,” said the chief.

The French space will become “a central platform for our research centers in Europe,” said Jeff Dean, the global head of artificial intelligence for Google.

K. Tovar

Source: Infobae

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