The biannual NOBIM conference provides a meeting place for researchers, students, and industry within image processing, pattern recognition, and machine learning to expose relevant research and development. It is a creative meeting between those who develop methods and seek solutions to specific machine learning and image processing problems. The NOBIM conference makes it possible to get in touch with a broader research environment in Norway.

The progress we have seen in artificial intelligence (AI) over the last decade has been impressive, but it is not sustainable, neither in an environmental, social or economical sense. It is still possible to adjust the path, because recent research towards more human inspired AI indicates that AI can become both more sustainable as well as more efficient. However, more human-like AI also brings ethical challenges that society must address, today. 

Maskinlæringsgruppa ved UiT har fått 12 millioner kroner fra Norges forskningsråd til et  prosjekt på banebrytende grunnforskning innen maskinlæring. Prosjektet har spesielt fokus på analyser av medisinske bilder.

Imagine writing an article about AI every day for 500 days continuously. That is what NORAs latest employee, Alex Moltzau, has done. A champion of collaboration and an AI enthusiast at heart, Alex is on a mission to make AI work for the good of the society.