TRAIL aims at creating a structure allowing to mobilize the research and innovation capacities of the Walloon and Brussels regions for their socio-economic development in the field of Artificial Intelligence in coherence with the regional policies conducted in this field.
To this end, TRAIL interacts with the socio-economic fabric to transmit and enrich, through new challenges, the expertise and tools developed in the field of Artificial Intelligence by Universities and approved research centers, within the framework of publicly or privately funded projects.
In order to help to solve many society’s problems, AI Technologies must be of high quality and they must be developed and used in a way they gain the trust of citizens
As a specialist in signal processing and machine learning, Emmanuel Jean is a researcher in the AI group of Multitel. His areas of interest are
Geraldin Nanfack, a researcher at UNamur, has been working since December 2018 on his thesis as part of the EOS VeriLearn project. His research work
Jean-François Toubeau is a post-doctoral researcher of the Fund for Scientific Research (F.R.S.–FNRS) at the University of Mons. Eager to leverage artificial intelligence for improving