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NORA – The Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium – aims to strengthen Norwegian research and education within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics.

NORA is a collaboration between UiO, UiB, UiS, UiT, OsloMet, UiA, NMBU, NORCE and Simula 

  • minister NORA sets Artificial Intelligence in health care on the agenda at Arendalsuka

    With an estimated 75.000 visitors, Arendalsuka is by far Norway’s largest political meeting place. In collaboration with University of Agder (UiA), NORA was able to put Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the agenda at Arendalsuka with the seminar Artificial Intelligence in the health sector: Key to a longer life, but…? Minister of Digitalisation Nikolai Astrup was one of the keynote speakers.

  • 1 A patient monitoring and support system for smartphones to guide mental health patients under development at UiO

    The Robotics and Intelligent systems (ROBIN) at the University of Oslo is responsible for developing a patient monitoring and support system for smartphones to guide mental health patients.

  • thought-2123970_1920 RCN funding for NORA-partners

    Earlier this year Research Council of Norway (RCN) announced 270 MNOK for research on digital innovation. Several NORA-partners responded to this call and many of them have now been awarded funding for their research projects from RCN. Here is a presentation of some of the projects.

  • handshake-2056023_1920 Are you our new colleague?

    Exciting job opportunity at NORA as research coordinator.

    At NORA, there is currently a very exciting job opportunity available as research coordinator with responsibility for research administrative tasks and international work. The position will cover a wide range of tasks, both domestically and internationally.

  • krisztian-balog-small.jpg-(rw_largeart_1201) – Søkemotorer er verdens mest brukte form for kunstig intelligens

    Vi stiller større krav til at søkemotorer skal tilpasses våre behov. Vi vil ha informasjon med en gang og den skal være relevant. Men hva er det som bestemmer hva som ligger øverst i treffene vi får? Kunstig intelligens.

  • satser-maskinlaering-kreftforskning660px Satser på maskinlæring i kreftforskningssamarbeid

    Maskinlæring er en sentral del av det nye Kystsamarbeidet mellom PET-forskningsmiljøene i Tromsø, Trondheim og Bergen. Kystsamarbeidet er tildelt 80 MNOK fra Tromsø forskningsstiftelse og Trond Mohn stiftelse. Av disse midlene mottar Maskinlæringsgruppa ved UiT Norges arktiske universitet ei fireårig stilling som postdoktorstipendiat til arbeidet med å utvikle automatiserte analyser for kreftdiagnostisering.