The European research center of Xerox

Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) creates disruptive technologies that transform businesses by making their processes more automated, intelligent and agile. Research in artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, data analytics, natural language processing and ethnography is combined with deep industry expertise in many sectors.
XRCE has a long term strategic partnership program, provides research as a service and collaborates in European Union and government projects.

Open Xerox is the place where you can experiment with technologies being developed in the Xerox labs around the globe.

What's new at Xerox Research Centre Europe
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GEM Digital Day, Grenoble, France
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International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling) 2016; Osaka, Japan
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Julien Perez: The age of reason is coming to machines
Julien Perez

“We’re working at pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, and that’s very exciting.”

In his role with Xerox research, Julien has been able to follow an unconventional approach for a research scientist — working in a multi-disciplinary team focused on business needs, while also conducting basic research. It has, he says, provided an ideal platform for discovery.

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Engagement & adaptation: how human-robot interaction can help in everyday life

Friday, 16th December 2016; 2:00 PM

Speaker: Wafa Johal, Post Doc researcher at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

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Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS); Barcelona, Spain
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NIPS 20165th - 10th December, 2016 

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The XRCE web site has changed! Read more to find out what’s different

The new XRCE website launched Tuesday, 22nd November 2016.

New content - smooth navigation -  mobile responsive – modern design.

It was time our web site changed but we didn’t want to just copy the content into a fresh look. We looked hard at our visitor analytics and  did a number of interviews to fully understand what our visitors are most interested in. We worked to make that content easier to find and more valuable for our two main audiences - the research community and our business and industry partners.