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Center for Digital Narrative

The Center for Data Science, CEDAS

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Center for Digital Narrative
Center for Digital Narrative is a Norwegian Centre of Research Excellence funded by the Norwegian Research Council from 2023-2033. CDN focuses on algorithmic narrativity, new environments and materialities, and shifting cultural contexts. https://www.uib.no/en/cdn

CEDAS

The Bergen Algorithms Research Group

The Center for Data Science, CEDAS, was established to unify and coordinate research and education efforts in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence across the University of Bergen. https://www.uib.no/en/cedas  

ALGORITHM GROUP

The research group in machine learning

The Bergen Algorithms Research Group is researching effective and efficient algorithms that can make computer programs to run as fast as possible. A special focus is put on hard decision problems, so-called NP-complete problems, and try to find practical algorithm for these. https://www.uib.no/en/rg/algo 

MACHINE LEARNING

Computational Biology Unit (CBU)

The research group in machine learning conducts research in fundamental principles and algorithms for machine learning, including Bayesian networks, topological data analysis, computational learning theory, and deep learning. https://www.uib.no/en/rg/ml 

CBU

The Logic and Artificial Intelligence (LAI)

Computational Biology Unit (CBU) is a leading hub of bioinformatics research spanning both the basic and applied fields. The centre offers support and assistance to the life science community, and coordinates the bioinformatics education for the next generation of computational biologists. https://www.cbu.uib.no/ 

LAI

The group for Intelligent Information Systems (I2S)

The Logic and Artificial Intelligence (LAI) group study the foundations of reasoning about information in systems of interacting  agents, with applications in several different sub-areas of Artificial Intelligence and Multi-Agent Systems particularly including logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning. 

https://www.uib.no/en/rg/lai 

I2S

Statistics and data science

The group for Intelligent Information Systems (I2S) studies information systems (IS) that employ artificial intelligence (AI) and related techniques. Examples of such techniques are: data analytics, data and process mining, image analysis, knowledge graphs, machine learning, natural-language understanding, predictive modelling, and semantic technologies. https://www.uib.no/en/rg/i2s 

STATISTICS AND DATA

Image Processing

Statistics and data science. Statistics is a field within mathematics that deals with the principles and methods for collecting and analyzing quantitative information, based on models and concepts from probability theory. https://www.uib.no/en/math/62813/statistics-and-data-science 

IMAGE PROCECCING

The Digital Culture Research Group

Image Processing. In our modern society, mathematical imaging, image processing and computer vision have become fundamental for gaining information on various aspects in sciences, and technology as well as in the public and private sectors. Technically, imaging and vision are concerned with the computation, visualisation and the automatic processing of (digital) data.  https://www.uib.no/math/92149/bildebehandling-image-processing 

DIGITAL CULTURE

MediaFutures: Research Centre for Responsible Media Technology & Innovation

The Digital Culture Research Group gathers researchers and post-graduate students from different humanities disciplines who share an interest in studying how technology and culture interact. Current research is on topics including intercultural uses of technology, self-representation in social media, critical digital editions, and the cultural implications of machine vision.  https://www.uib.no/en/rg/digitalculture 

MEDIA FUTURES

SFI Smart Ocean - Technology for monitoring and management of a healthy and productive ocean

MediaFutures: Research Centre for Responsible Media Technology & Innovation. The main objective of the centre is the development of responsible media technology, in particular leveraging AI technology, for the media sector.  https://mediafutures.no/ 

SMART OCEAN

Centre for Cancer Biomarkers (CCBIO)

SFI Smart Ocean - Technology for monitoring and management of a healthy and productive ocean. SFI Smart Ocean is a centre for research-based innovation, working to develop underwater wireless communication along the coast of Norway, for the benefit of science and industry. Les mer her.

CCBIO

Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre

Centre for Cancer Biomarkers (CCBIO) is a Centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Bergen.  

The center is working on new cancer biomarkers and targeted therapy, and has particular focus on mechanisms that show how cancer cells are affected by the microenvironment in the tumors, and what significance this has for cancer proliferation and poor prognosis.  https://www.uib.no/ccbio 

MMIV

The Centre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE)

Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre. The aim of the Centre is to research new methods in quantitative imaging and interactive visualization to predict changes in health and disease across spatial and temporal scales. This encompassed research in tissue feature detection, feature extraction and feature prediction. https://mmiv.no/ 

SLATE
The Centre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE) is an R&D learning sciences unit, which contributes to international research and national competence development on the use data and data approaches in understanding education and lifetime learning. https://slate.uib.no/ 
The Centre for Social Algorithms
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The Centre for Social Algorithms

The Centre for Social Algorithms research how to design algorithms for the computation needs of today. Algorithms are designed for optimal use of computing time and memory. This was good enough when only trained professionals worked with computation. Today, computers are part of our society and we all interact with them. How well algorithms serve the interest and wellbeing of people also needs to be part of the algorithm design. This is what we explore at the centre. www.uib.no/en/csa

 

Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Cloud (NAIC). The Research Council of Norway (NFR) recently announced that NAIC will receive funding. The infrastructure will be the most powerful AI infrastructure in Norway. It will meet the AI needs of academia, SMEs, larger industry, startups and public administration.

https://www.nora.ai/news-and-events/news/ai-infrastructure.html