News archive for UiB AI

UiB's Humanities Strategy awards professor Brita Ytre-Arne funds for research into artificial intelligence and how we assess what is real and true.
Digital skills are crucial in society, and the need to provide these for all is becoming increasingly urgent. UiB and partners discussed solutions and possibilities at an event in Brussels recently.
Rustam Galimullin is one of several experts in artificial intelligence at UiB. Learn more about him and his research here.
Infomedia’s foresight and commitment to staying at the forefront of technological education have resulted in a remarkable surge in student enrollments in 2023.
2023 proved to be a prolific year for Infomedia. Our researchers were among those at the forefront of scientific advancements, introducing innovative tools, and making substantial contributions to informed discussions on AI.
This week, the group tasked with developing future leaders in artificial intelligence gathered.
Recently, the establishment of the Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Cloud (NAIC) was launched. NAIC aims to make expertise and tools in artificial intelligence accessible to a much larger audience than today.
On 15 November, the University of Bergen will kickstart LEAD AI, a program for training future leaders in artificial intelligence. The event is meant to be a first get-to-know-each-other meeting for representatives from the participating UiB entities and partners.
15. June, 2023 the Minister of Research and Higher Education, Ola Borten Moe hosted a roundtable on artificial intelligence in research and education. UiB participated in the roundtable, and followed up with a position paper sent to the Ministry of Education and Research.
Over the next 5 years, a large interdisciplinary project at UiB will advance the frontier of knowledge in artificial intelligence (AI), with a particular focus on reliable and ethical development in the field. The program is supported by the EU and aims to train 19 researchers from various disciplines to become the future leaders in AI research and technology.
This year, Centre for Digital Life Norway received 35 applications from around the country for its three-month PhD internship program. From UiB the two PhD students Parveen Gartan and Belén Garcia Pascual were selected for the Digital Life Norway PhD internship program.
CEDAS, the Center for Data Science at the University of Bergen, and NORBIS, the Norwegian Research School in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, and Systems Biology, invite both starting and experienced data scientists to an exciting joint summer school on data science and its biomedical applications from 7-11 August 2023.
From autumn 2023, all employees will have the opportunity to take the popular DIGI courses. This allows them to acquire digital understanding, knowledge, and competence.
All students and staff at UiB are offered the opportunity to take individual courses in digital understanding, knowledge, and competence (DIGI). UiB started the initiative in the autumn 2022, and the courses on language technology and medical data science are new this year.
Trond Mohn Foundation and the University of Bergen are launching three research projects worth a total of 40 million Norwegian kroner for research for more trustworthy systems for artificial intelligence (AI).
On Wednesday, March 22, UiB's work in research, education, and innovation in the field of artificial intelligence across faculties was presented on the European stage in Norway House in Brussels. The UiB delegation consisted of members from the steering group for UiB AI.
The Junior Scholars Network on AI, Media and Democracy aims to connect and support junior scholars who are conducting research relating to the development and use of AI by media and potential impacts on democracy.
NORA Research School provides exchange opportunities for PhD students in AI related fields. Mariyam Khan just arrived at The Alan Turing Institute in London for a six-month research stay.