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About Thierry Caminel


AI Technology and Innovation Leader and member of the Scientific Community

Thierry Caminel is Distinguished Expert, leader of the Atos Expert Community Data Intelligence domain, and a member of the Scientific Community. His main focus areas are in Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Semantic Technologies, IoT, micro-services, distributed systems. Before joining Atos he worked in several startups innovating in the field of AI, IoT and Embedded Systems. Thierry holds a software engineering degree, and lives in Toulouse.




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AI and Enterprise Knowledge Integration: Part 3

The starting point in Part 1 of this series was the fragmented “knowledge landscape” of most big companies.  Information is everywhere but it mostly lives in autonomous silos, in different formats and suffers from “semantic incoherency”. This is a huge problem for extending the use of AI in business, beyond the many “narrow” (i.e. highly specific) tasks that Machine…

AI and Enterprise Knowledge Integration: Part 2

The great Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” This mighty challenge is more or less where I left off in Part 1 of this blog. In most big companies, the “knowledge landscape” is fragmented. Data lives in autonomous silos, in various formats (databases, documents…) and suffers from…

AI and Enterprise Knowledge Integration: Part 1

Artificial Intelligence may well be the most potentially transformative technology since the Cloud, but it’s clearly become the reigning champion for Tech hype and media buzz. IBM’s Watson – a “cognitive” computer capable of answering natural language questions - was developed to compete on Jeopardy, a popular quiz show. In 2011, Watson competed against world champions Brad Rutter and…

Semantic: The next good thing you do with data

In a recent article, Gartner master data management (MDM) expert Andrew White asked the question “Why MDM might be the last good thing you do with data”, and explained that “we need to focus less on data and application integration, and less on API design, and focus first more on semantic exposure for interoperability. Once we…

From Information to Knowledge with Semantic

You have probably observed many times that if you  ask several people to model a domain, either with classes, databases schemas, XSD or whatever, you’ll have chance to obtain as many models as there are modelers. That’s normal, we cannot have a single view of the World, and most modeling depends of the intended usage of the model. But we know…

The rise of Functional Programming

For many of us, Functional Programming (FP) is related to some boring computer science courses about lambda calculus and strange programming language like Lisp, Haskell or OCaml, used only by academic people and not by real programmers, who obviously use C or Java. But FP is one of the hidden key concepts behind the "big data" revolution.  It probably became mainstream when…