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The German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) Tunisia launched a call for applications for a support programme to promote the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for economic growth. The eight-month AI RISE PROGRAMME is geared towards AI startups and small and medium-sized enterprises, GIZ said. It will help connect target startups and SMEs with public and private sector enterprises in a bid to co-create AI solutions meeting the challenges they face.
We are proud to announce that our PhD researcher, Montasser AKERMI, has won first prize in the In-Com Challenge. The competition was held from March 2022 to March 2023, and Montasser’s project was awarded first prize for its innovative approach to addressing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Title: A deep learning-based approach for anchor user modeling across online social networks under a big data environment.
Supervisors: Mohamed BEN AOUICHA & Mohamed Ali HADJ TAEIB
Defense Date: 26 may 2022
Currently, large databases of open bibliographic metadata have been created and made available online in the age of open science. These resources are easily findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable thanks to their online hosting and their representation as RDF (Resource Description Framework) knowledge graphs, and could be easily aligned together thanks to a set of unique identifiers such as ORCID ID, Wikidata ID, and DOI.