EPFL AI Center
EPFL performs cutting-edge research both on fundamentals and applications of AI, with more than 60 professors performing AI & machine learning related research.
We investigate the long-term impact of modern AI on key sectors of society — health, science, education, human interaction, disinformation, etc.
We have established dedicated teams of EPFL researchers, and engineers who closely collaborate with industry partners to incubate key aspects of AI technology.
EPFL already is active in hundreds of industry collaborations involving AI with small and large companies.
AI education & community
As part of our mission on teaching, the majority of EPFL students takes part in courses and projects on AI topics.
For the broader Swiss community, we organize workshops, conferences (such as the Applied Machine Learning Days, one of the largest AI conferences in Europe), to transfer EPFL expert understanding of crucial AI technologies to Swiss startups, SMEs and industry.
Charting new paths in AI learning
Physicists at EPFL explore different AI learning methods, which can lead to smarter and more efficient models.
Anything-in-anything-out: a new modular AI model
Researchers at EPFL have developed a new, uniquely modular machine learning model for flexible decision-making. It is able to input any mode of text, video, image, sound, and time-series and then output any number, or combination, of predictions.
AI-driven method helps improve quality assurance for wind turbines
An international collaboration between EPFL and the University of Glasgow has led to an advanced machine-learning algorithm to effectively detect concealed manufacturing defects in wind turbine composite blades – before turbines are put into service.
In the Media
11.12.23 – Sabine Süsstrunk, présidente de la Swiss Science Council a été interviewé lors de l’émission sur la réglementation européenne en matière d’intelligence artificielle.
29.11.23 – Professeur d’informatique à l’EPFL, Rachid Guerroui analyse l’impact grandissant de l’intelligence artificielle dans notre vie et évoque les potentielles applications de cette technologie.
26.10.23 – Quotebank, un nouvel outil mis au point par le professeur Robert West, Directeur du laboratoire DLab à l’EPFL. Interview pour Tout un mode – La 1ere sur RTS.