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The video games sector is not immune to the trend for generative artificial intelligence. Thanks to it, characters become more talkative, expressive and interactive... at a lower cost. Enough to arouse the enthusiasm of development studios.
Immense sheets of brown algae drifting in the ocean wash up on the beaches of Guadeloupe. Called sargassum, the Caribbean coasts have been confronted with their proliferation for ten years.
As the United States announces a major breakthrough in the field of nuclear fusion on December 14, 2022, we take a look back at the work carried out in France at Cadarache with the international ITER collaboration.
Crispr-Cas9, this genome editing tool discovered in 2012, has revolutionized the world of genetics. What about research into rare diseases? Report from Généthon, a specialized laboratory where more than 200 researchers work.
The production of edible insects is developing in Europe with the aim of soon meeting human food needs. Report in a pilot vertical farm near Amiens.
Jean-Marc Daniel and Henri Sterdyniak, two economists of different inspirations (liberal and Keynesian), exchange their points of view on current inflation.
After decades of concrete construction and urbanization plans dedicated to cars, the city intends to (re)green itself. What does the micro-forest project under study in Floirac, on the outskirts of Bordeaux, consist of? What are its benefits? How was it set up?
Frédéric Batteux studies in mice the role of macrophages – cells of the immune system – in the development of endometriosis, a common but poorly understood gynecological disease.
After millennia of very slow evolution, the world's population has experienced accelerated growth since 1800. Will it continue to grow? Will it stabilize? Is there a risk of decline? This Ined animation explores several scenarios.
Fraudulent articles “pollute” science. Guillaume Cabanac wants to clean it up. To this end, this teacher-researcher designed software that sifts through scientific publications looking for signs of fraud, such as copying unduly paraphrased passages of articles.
Created in Normandy in 1999, Cirale, dependent on the Maisons Alfort veterinary school, specializes in musculoskeletal problems in horses. Patients admitted for veterinary care also enable research. The center recently acquired an aquatic area, unique in Europe.
How did Australopitecus, Homo habilis and our other ancestors or “cousins” move? Biomechanists and computer scientists model the walking of human specimens and baboons...