Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity


Who we are

The Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) experiments and spreads new ways of learning, teaching, conducting research and mobilizing collective intelligence in life, learning and digital sciences.
It was founded in 2005 by François Taddei and Ariel Lindner. The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation has been an essential and key supporting partner since the CRI was created.

Can we become a learning planet? @FrancoisTaddei at Mobile Learning Week in Paris - as part of the keynote: What human-machine collective intelligence should be developed to enable human to live and work together with a AI?
#MLW2019 #AI #UNESCO #SDGs @criparis

As part of the #MLW2019 organised by @UNESCO, CRI is welcoming a Strategy lab to launch collaborative projects that seek to harness AI’s potential to achieve the #SDG4. Jean-Marc Sevin is explaining how to combine #AI and #CollectiveIntelligence to create a GPS for knowledge.

[#HEALTHCAMP] Pour clôturer la semaine #interdisciplinarite #sante organisée par les @CRI_Labs et l'@ecoledassas-@EUErasmusPlus, les étudiants présentent leurs projets innovants et comment ils ont pu passer de l’idée au prototype #kinésithérapie #ergothérapie #podologie


🔎 FOCUS ON: #Master's AIRE #teachers !
Olivia du Roure is a #physicist who studies cell mechanics, migration and micro-organisms locomotion at @ESPCI_Paris.
Want to be closely mentored by talented and dedicated #researchers? #Apply before MAY 4TH! ⏰


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