Conferences and Hackathon 2022 - Return on the event

Relive in pictures and videos the event day of November 30, 2022. The unique program mixed conferences and Hackathon around the theme: “Technological possibilities, legal limits: algorithms facing regulation”.

Conferences and Hackathon 2022 - Return on the event

Bringing together more than 180 participants, this meeting took place at a pivotal time for European and national regulation of the digital space. Its ambition? To provide a multidisciplinary vision of the issues at stake in order to refine regulatory choices and address as concretely as possible the questions of implementation of new obligations. Thus, lawyers, scientists, companies, administrations, among others, have explored together the possibilities and constraints of technically translating the concepts related to the notions of causality, intentionality, agreement of will and responsibility, for the benefit of an ever more relevant regulation of digital platforms. They also questioned the right balance in terms of regulation, particularly with regard to fundamental rights and innovation.

This event was co-organized by PEReN, Inria, Sciences Po Paris and the CNNum (Conseil national du numérique), with the support of the Direction générale des entreprises, under the high patronage of the Minister in charge of the Digital Transition and Telecommunications.

The winners of the Hackathon “Segment me if you can!”

On November 30, 2022, 24 coders participated in the challenge built around a fictional, but realistic, case of a ready-to-eat delivery platform. With delivery prices defined by different algorithms, competitors had to identify them to then allocate restaurants based on the unique rate charged. Congratulations to the winners who were presented with their prizes by Jean-Noël Barrot, Minister Delegate for Digital Transition and Telecommunications!

  • 1st place (14.8% of the algorithms well identified): the “Critemons” team for the company Criteo with Pierre Guillaume, Quentin Le Helloco, Julien Ta and Tianshu Yang.
  • 2nd place (14.1% of the algorithms well identified): the “Klasker” team with Jade Garcia Bourrée and Augustin Godinot, Inria doctoral students.
  • 3rd place (13.4% of the algorithms well identified): the “Datajune” team with Marie Vallaeys and Alexandre Junius, data scientists respectively at Sycomore and Anssi.

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