When Artificial Intelligence Is Sparse

According to IDC, global spending on artificial intelligence systems is expected to reach $ 97.9 billion in 2023, up from $ 37.5 billion in 2019 and will see an annual growth rate of 28.4% until that date. The United States will account for more than 50% of all AI spending over five years, with Western Europe coming in second. In this context, the Toulouse-based Adagos , spin-off of the Toulouse Mathematics Institute (IMT) has developed NeurEco, an AI software that is revolutionizing the sector by improving the precision of quantitative predictions, while needing much less resources to operate. The explanations of Mohamed Masmoudi, founder of the company and former professor at IMT.