Algorithms to build a world without unemployment, more just …

by bold-lichterman

The use of personal data is at the heart of all debates. What if an alternative use of this data was possible? This is the topic discussed in this video from theStolen escape by Paul Duan, founder and president of the NGO Bayes Impact.

For example, by collecting and exploiting medical data and research on the Web, it is possible to identify so-called “at risk” profiles to predict incidents in advance and improve the speed of ambulances. Another subject, that of employment. According to Paul Duan, it is possible to reduce unemployment, which affects 10% of the working population in France, thanks to algorithms.

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