New journal: Nordic Machine Intelligence

NORA (the Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium) recently launched a new, open science journal for research on artificial intelligence.

Illustration of artificial intelligence/machine learning
The new journal will have a Nordic focus and be open to articles on machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. Foto: Mostphotos
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Publisert: 03.09.21 13:50 Oppdatert: 03.09.21 13:49
Natural Sciences Technology

UiT is partner and co-founder of NORA, a research consortium which aims to strengthen Norwegian research, education and innovation within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics, as well as other relevant research that supports the development of artificial intelligence applications.

The journal

The idea is that the journal Nordic Machine Intelligence will have a Nordic focus and be open to articles on machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. This is an expanding research field where UiT also have strong research groups.

– The journal will practice open access in combination with open data, a strategy that fits very well with UiT’s commitment to open science, says Camilla Brekke, Pro-Rector for Research and Development at UiT.

Facts

The NORA consortium was established 21 November 2018. The consortium consists of the following partners: the University of Agder, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, the University of Bergen, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Simula Research Laboratory AS, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS, the University of Oslo, the University of Stavanger, the University of South-Eastern Norway, Kristiania University College, Vestlandsforskning, Østfold University College, and SINTEF.

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Næss, Inger Lise inger.l.nass@uit.no Kommunikasjonsrådgiver
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