Speeding innovation for industry
News | Cross-functional disciplines
CEA-List provides strategic support to the Software Heritage Foundation, a multi-stakeholder nonprofit that is building a universal software archive.
Testing for contaminants like gluten in food products no longer needs to be done at a lab.
CEA-List developed an AI-powered letter writing assistant and handed it off to France’s consumer protection agency.
Neural network AIs are making inroads into autonomous vehicles, image and language processing, and a host of other use cases—some of which require a high degree of reliability.
For a new consecutive year, the CEA will be present at CES, at EUREKA PARK with a device including a technological innovation and 4 startups that allow to encompass three major transitions of the moment that are health, energy and digital.
The barn owl, a type of common owl, deftly uses its sight and hearing together to home in on prey. The bird’s performance inspired CEA-Leti researchers to develop a particularly efficient acoustic object location system that consumes up to 100,000 times less energy than conventional systems.
When speed, robustness, and low power are non-negotiable, event-based image sensors possess some intrinsic qualities that clearly position them ahead of other kinds of devices. However, they do have one major flaw, which is that when the entire scene moves, a huge number of events is generated. An advance recently made at CEA-List solves this problem.
CEA-List recently came up with a method for selecting the most suitable existing neural network for adaptation and reuse for new target applications.
Whether it’s medical deserts, overcrowded hospital wards, or a lack of solutions for patients too sick to move, medical radiology is no stranger to today’s healthcare challenges.
CEA-List has developed a new multimode method to improve the quality controls performed on the conductive inks used to make printed electronics.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.