Organizers Benjamin Ricaud and Lars Ailo Bongo setting up the event.
Director Robert Jenssen gave a talk about explainable AI connected to the overarching theme of the Aim North conference, namely Ethics in AI. The talk outlined e.g. VI's recent results on detecting artifacts in medical images by our "Prototypical Relevance Propagation" method.
The Pioneer AI Centre is Denmark's flagship centre on AI, headed by prof. Serge Belongie, University of Copenhagen/KU. The official opening of the centre took place March 28 2022 at the "Black Diamond" in Copenhagen city centre.
New project associated with Visual Intelligence on reduce bottlenecks related to uncertainty estimates in classification by a combined statistical and machine learning approach. The project is on recognition of specific objects at and within the seabed from several image types.
The Visual Intelligence Graduate School (VIGS) will be an important component in the NORA research school and Visual Intelligence's Northern Lights Deep Learning (NLDL) conference will be a venue for winter school activities within this nation-wide initiative.
Visual Intelligence is happy to be a partner in a newly funded Horizon Europe project on AI-supported picture analysis within healthcare!
Associate Professor Cristina Soguero-Ruiz visited Tromsø and gave a very interesting talk on March 17th 2022 on how to exploit AI and machine learning for medical image analysis and healthcare applications.
Through the ongoing Akademia Avtale fund between Equinor and UiT. The goal is to develop new innovative approaches for combining image data and other sources of information in the context of wind energy.
Beslutninger gjort av algoritmer gir oss problemer med uforståelige forklaringer.
The "Visual Intelligence days" is coming up shortly, and VI-collaborators will gather in Oslo to connect and share knowledge. Phd-students and early career researchers will also gather one day in advance to socialize. Please see the updated program.
The paper review some recent advances in developing machine learning methods for marine science applications in Norway. It is published in the Journal of Ocean Technology 2021.
Director Robert Jenssen gave a talk and participated in a panel debate organized by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters on the topic “How is AI affecting democratic processes?“.
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.
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 and Visual Intelligence have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the intention to set up exciting avenues for joint research.
Senter for forskningsdrevet innovasjon, Visual Intelligence, som ledes fra UiT Norges arktiske universitet, har inngått en avtale med The Alan Turing Institute.
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.
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.
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).