Digital change for a better society
Today humans are surrounded by breakthroughs within the field of Artificial Intelligence.
Algorithms based on artificial intelligence recognises text, speech, sounds and images - and they are changing the shape of our common future.
In the future, many of our systems will operate autonomously, i.e. without human intervention. Self-driving cars and autonomous robots are gradually entering our daily lives, without us even noticing them.
In the future, data will be a key economic asset. The ability to manage and extract value from proprietary data will provide industry players with a competitive advantage, making these data key drivers of economic growth and job creation.
Communication technology has contributed to unprecedented levels of economic growth.
More and more of our daily activities, whether at work, home, or out and about, rely on ICT and digital communications.
Sensors represent the key enabling technology for the digitalisation process that society is currently undergoing.
Treatment plants ensure that our fjords are not polluted by wastewater effluent. Artificial intelligence (AI) will now facilitate an even more efficient process, and at lower cost.
The Norwegian Centre for Research-Based Artificial Intelligence Innovation (CRAI) opens the way for widespread collaboration between industry and academia – an essential premise for the development of effective solutions.
EU invests €20 million to accelerate the development of the next generation of high performance and sustainable batteries.