Director Robert Jenssen presenting at NAIS 2022.
Kristoffer Wickstrøm

Director Robert Jenssen presenting at NAIS 2022.

Visual Intelligence keynote at the 2022 Norwegian AI Society Conference

Director Robert Jenssen gave the keynote "Visual Intelligence advances deep learning research towards innovations" at the 2022 Norwegian AI Society Conference (NAIS) in Oslo.

Director Robert Jenssen gave a keynote talk at the 2022 Norwegian AI Society Conference (NAIS).

The NAIS conference was held at OsloMet on May 31-June 1 2022 in Oslo, Norway. The talk was entitled "Visual Intelligence advances deep learning research towards innovations" and gave examples of new deep learning methodology developed within Visual Intelligence for learning from limited data as well as within explainability (XAI).

The talk furthermore highlighted innovations achieved by these new methods for fish detection and for analysis of medical images.

Robert Jenssen at NAIS 2022. Image credit: Kristoffer Wickstrøm.

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