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Northern Lights Deep Learning Workshop 2021

NLDL 2021 will be a digital conference hosted by the UiT Machine Learning Group and Visual Intelligence January 18-20. The program includes a Mini Deep Learning School the 18th and is followed by a tight program the rest of the week.

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Machine learning talk at University of Bristol Summer school
September 8, 2021

Director of Visual Intelligence Robert Jenssen gave a talk at the BIAS Summer school at University of Bristol. The talk describes how deep learning is leveraged in computer vision in an industrial innovation project for monitoring power lines in Norway.

Arbeidet hans sparer forskerne for store ressurser, og åpner for et selvstyrt fiskeri
August 26, 2021
August 26, 2021

I fremtiden kan det bli langt lettere å bruke kunstig intelligens til å finne riktig fangst. Det sørger en helt ny algoritme for.

The Alan Turing Institute to work with Visual Intelligence on AI research
July 14, 2021

The Alan Turing Institute and Visual Intelligence have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the intention to set up exciting avenues for joint research.

Har «kapret» internasjonal avtale
July 7, 2021

Senter for forskningsdrevet innovasjon, Visual Intelligence, som ledes fra UiT Norges arktiske universitet, har inngått en avtale med The Alan Turing Institute.

Paper published in International Journal of Remote Sensing
June 28, 2021

Qinghui Liu, Michael Kampffmeyer, Robert Jenssen and Arnt-Børre Salberg have published their paper Self-constructing graph neural networks to model long-range pixel dependencies for semantic segmentation of remote sensing images in International Journal of Remote Sensing.

Visual Intelligence i Digitalisering juni 2021
June 24, 2021

Norge er verdensledende på bildeanalyse med kunstig intelligens. I juniutgaven av Digitalisering kan du lese om hvordan Visual Intelligence skal bidra til å bruke maskinlæring og kunstig intelligens for å løse viktige samfunnsutfordringer innen helse, ressursstyring og miljø.

New paper published in Machine Learning (2021)
June 24, 2021

Ahcène Boubekki, Michael Kampffmeyer, Ulf Brefeld and Robert Jenssen have published their paper Joint optimization of an autoencoder for clustering and embedding in journal Machine Learning (2021).

Hvordan kan Norge og Nord-Norge ta føringen innen kunstig intelligens?
June 22, 2021

Robert Jenssen, leder for Visual Intelligence delte sine tanker om dette i seminaret Norge 2030

Kunstig intelligens kan spare kreftpasienter for ubehagelige undersøkelser
June 21, 2021

Når kunstig intelligens henter ut riktig informasjon fra bilder av blodet, så kan pasienter få det litt bedre.

Stream our latest seminars
May 27, 2021

Did you miss any of our recent seminars? When we host seminars and events we often record relevant talks and presentations and make them available at our youtube channel. You can access all our content through our "outreach" page.

Visual Intelligence Graduate School (VIGS)
May 20, 2021

SFI Visual Intelligence is organizing a graduate school for early career research fellows connected to Visual Intelligence. VIGS aims at connecting research fellows across our different research institutions to build social and professional networks.

Annual report 2020
May 20, 2021

SFI Visual Intelligence has published the annual report for 2020. The report is approved by the Visual Intelligence board and available for download as a pdf document under "publicity".

Markerer Tromsøs fortrinn på kunstig intelligens
April 19, 2021
April 22, 2021

Akkurat nå har lille Tromsø tilgjengelige forskningsmidler på kunstig intelligens (KI) for like i underkant av en halv milliard kroner! Tromsø-miljøet nyter stor internasjonal anerkjennelse, og det vil de dele med andre på en stor konferanse til sommeren.

Midnight Sun Conference for Patient-Centered Artificial Intelligence 2021
April 21, 2021

Visual Intelligence is co-hosting the Midnight sun conference 2021 June 15-16 together with prominent partners in health research in Norway. The conference will be a hybrid physical/digital event and registration is now open.

New master program in artificial intelligence at UiT
March 30, 2021

The 5-year master's program accepts its first students Fall 2021. The program will provides a broad and solid foundation for working with artificial intelligence through classes in informatics, mathematics, statistics and specialized subjects on artificial intelligence.

Visual Intelligence's health research on the agenda
March 23, 2021
March 24, 2021

Director Robert Jenssen gave an overview of the priorities and activities of Visual Intelligence for health research for the Board of the Northern Norway Regional Health Authority (Helse Nord). Helse Nord is governed by the Ministry of Health and Care Services.

Presentation of VI health research at NSG
March 17, 2021
March 24, 2021

Director Robert Jenssen gave an overview of the health research activities and priorities within the centre in a talk to the Norwegian coordination group for the specialist health care services (Nasjonal samarbeidsgruppe for helseforskning i spesialisthelsetjen - NSG).

Paper accepted at CVPR 2021
March 19, 2021

We are proud to announce that the paper “Reconsidering Representation Alignment for Multi-view Clustering” by Daniel J. Trosten, Sigurd Løkse, Robert Jenssen and Michael Kampffmeyer was recently accepted at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2021!

Keynote talk at Nordic health technology conference
March 16, 2021

Visual Intelligence Director Robert Jenssen gave a keynote talk at the Nordic Conference on Patient-oriented Products, March 16th 2021. The talk was entitled "Machine learning for risk analysis and personalized medicine using data from electronic health records and PET imaging".

Keynote talk at deep learning conference
March 15, 2021
March 16, 2021

Visual Intelligence Director Robert Jenssen gave the opening keynote talk at the Swedish Symposia on Deep Learning and Image Analysis, organized online 15th March 2021. The talk was entitled "Industrial and basic deep learning research for computer vision with limited labels".