Nettsider med emneord «AI»
The aim of this thesis is to investigate possibilities for creating digital replicas of urban landscapes and regional characteristics, cities' infrastructure elements (e.g., homes, properties, streets, etc.) to simulate what-if scenarios that show the impact of climate change such as flooding in cities and how they may be managed. Such simulations can be used to determine flooding risks for existing conditions and to evaluate proposed mitigation strategies. The resulting flood resilience model can be used for analysis, simulation, visualization, planning and communication, as well as a better assessment of the socio-economic impact of cities' projects. As part of this thesis, various aspects related to relevant historical and actual data, AI models, and modern data visualization techniques will be investigated.
In many areas, there is a need to understand the way to a decision, like in medicine. Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) is today mainly used to explain why the machine learning method made a specific decision, and in these master topics, we explore this concept further in order to improve understanding, trust and interpretability of AI model's results.
What is the best way for a robot to tackle challenging surfaces? Prediction? Sensor data? AI processing? Parallell computing?
In joint work, SANT and NLPL/EOSC-Nordic have trained and released the first large-scale transformer-based language model for Norwegian: NorBERT!
Robots and Society: Ethical, Legal, and Technical Perspectives on Integrating Robots in the Home- and Healthcare Systems and Services (RO-SO)
Keywords: Ethical perspectives, legal perspectives, and standards, technical challenges, and opportunities, (health)care robots, assistive robots, healthcare services, good care
Link to 30th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication Conference (RO-MAN) 2021: https://ro-man2021.org/
SANT will be featured at the next AI Lounge at UiO, Feb. 26.
Goal: Build a cross-disciplinary activity to develop, test, and apply new AI (Artificial intelligence) methods based on biological neural processes
Interested in avatars? AI? Computer Vision and Chatbots? Want to make a difference and potentially help children?
Interested in sports and/or AI? Technology used by real athletes?
Interested in sport technology for videos used by elite leagues and live broadcasters?
The EPiCS project (2010 - 2014) is an Integrated Project (IP) funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement n° 257906. EPiCS is one of five projects funded in the FET proactive initiative "Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems".
SANT and opinion mining to be presented at the upcoming Impact Breakfast about AI.