We’re an innovative company whose founders have worked together for many years on data management and related subjects like syntax search engines and semantic technologies.
The CEA has a stake in ANT’inno via its subsidiary CEA Investissement.
As well as the ‘disruptive’ approach to document management, focusing on using a linguistic research engine, ANT’inno devotes much of its resources to R&D which, supported by the CEA, keeps us ahead with technical developments in unstructured multilingual data processing and using multimedia data in the long term (analysing fixed and moving images).
He became an Artificial Intelligence trainer and consultant in modelling complex systems at a number of companies in 1987, then specialising in knowledge modelling.
He helped create ANT’immo in 2009 to put his technological and operational expertise at the service of companies and public bodies.
His career has led him naturally to innovate in this domain, aiming to cover the collaborative aspect, language processing and tracing user interactions in document management, focusing on making it easy to use and on direct, secure access to information.
As project manager in nuclear diagnostic assistance platforms at Melox then La Hague, she helped make the applications for which she was development manager more reliable and robust.
Based on her experience and expertise acquired in 10 years of data processing, Nadine Faizant co-founded ANTinno with Pascal Sei in 2009.