Paving the way for innovations that were once out of reach, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to be a general-purpose technology, just like the steam engine, electricity and electronics in past industrial revolutions. In the space of just a few years, AI has extended into sectors as diverse as transport, telecommunications, healthcare, education, justice and safety. In a field involving such colossal investment costs, French and European decision makers must have a detailed understanding of the comparative advantages enjoyed by their own country and its competitors in AI-related fields in order to target specific investments that will allow them to make the necessary quantitative effort to expand their market share in key sectors.
Data Scientist, SKEMA Business School
Mohamed Keita is a Data Scientist at SKEMA Business School. He holds a Master’s in Applied Mathematics from Aix-Marseille University. His centres of interest relate to statistical modelling as applied to social sciences, particularly in the field of management and economics in conjunction with technical change. With his passion for statistics and fascination with Python programming, he takes a special interest in artificial intelligence as both a subject of study and a tool for innovative analyses.
Mohamed Keita's contributions
Artificial Intelligence: a Political Subject