Together with the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Simula has developed a voluntary app that can reduce the time needed to track the spread of Covid-19.
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In these challenging times caused by the worldwide outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, CLAIRE - Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe, wants to give its contribution to European countries that are struggling with the situation. For this purpose, CLAIRE has established a COVID-19 Taskforce.
Klimaendringene påvirker vegetasjonen. Men endringene i vegetasjonen påvirker også klimaet. For å skjønne denne sammenhengen, skal klimaforsker Frode Stordal bruke kunstig intelligens.
In the historic surroundings of Tøyen Hovedgård, NORA arranged its first PhD Symposium on 25th and 26thFebruary. The PhD Symposium was two-day lunch to lunch event about AI-related topics for PhD students; followed by an informal dinner and a social event. The event also marked start of the NORA Research School.
Without high extra costs, artificial intelligence can respond in a minute. In this way, the patient can avoid unpleasant treatment that will not work.
Syv norske universiteter og to forskningsorganisasjoner har gått sammen i en felles satsing på kunstig intelligens. Han som leder satsingen skriver om hvordan kunstig intelligens oppdager kreft, om hvordan den preger din opplevelse av internett og om hvorfor den kan diskriminere kvinner og fargede.
Kunstig intelligens gjør det mulig for radiologene å se hvordan kreften oppfører seg i hjernen. For pasientene betyr dette raskere og sikrere diagnoser.
On Tuesday 14th January 2020 Minister of Digitalisation, Nikolai Astrup, launched Norway’s first strategy for Artificial Intelligence, less than a year after Prime Minister and the Minister announced that the Government will be launching such a strategy.
The machine learning group at UiT has recieved a grant from Facebook to conduct research on fake news and comment sections in social media. This is the first time Facebook has allocated money for research in Norway.
Making people from the tech fields and the clinical fields merge efforts is vital to improve patient treatment.
The world's largest network for artificial intelligence research, set up by experts across all of Europe, complements the new European Commission's focus on human-centred, trustworthy AI, aiming to create critical mass for AI made in Europe. Exactly for that purpose, the Confederation of Laboratories for AI Research in Europe (CLAIRE) was established.
UiO har laget en selvlærende robot som kan endre lengden på beina sine. Roboten bruker kunstig intelligens for å tilpasse seg terrenget.
In November, Ivan Dragicevic joined NORA as a research coordinator. With Ivan on the team, NORA will be better positioned to support the NORA partner’s quest for strengthening research and education in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics.
Kunnskap om hjernen kan gjøre kunstig intelligens bedre. Samtidig kan kunstig intelligens brukes til å lære mer om hjernen vår.
Mulighetene er enorme med kunstig intelligens. Bare fantasien setter grenser.
In an effort to strengthen the cooperation and communication between the partner institutions, NORA Communication Forum has been established.
Under Cutting Edge Festivalen den 24. oktober, vil landets fremste eksperter diskutere hvilken rolle kunstig intelligens har i dag, og hva teknologien vil si for fremtiden vår.
Advanced algorithms together with robots on drilling decks, will set the basis for autonomous drilling.
Kan vi være trygge på at en selvlært kunstig intelligens faktisk «ser» det vi vil at den skal se?
ICDL-EpiRob is a unique conference that gathers scientists and researchers from computer science, robotics, psychology and developmental studies to share knowledge and research on how humans develop sensing, reasoning and actions. This year the Robotics and Intelligent Systems (ROBIN) research group at University of Oslo (UiO) organised and hosted the conference.
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.
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.
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.
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.