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Artificial Intelligence Lab


What will the clouds above us be like in the future?

Artificial intelligence can now be trained to predict what the cloud cover will look like when the climate changes.

Dark clouds and light clouds alternating, with a small opening in the cloud cover with more light.
OsloMet will use artificial intelligence to warn of extreme climate.

NordSTAR at OsloMet will work on Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods for forecasting and monitoring extreme climate events in the DHEFEUS project.

Image of dark and heavy clouds lying low over a mountain. Sun over forest and settlement below, but the clouds warn of a change in weather.
Innovation Award to Gustavo Mello

AI Lab leader Gustavo Mello was awarded the Innovation Award for his many efforts to create and strengthen interdisciplinary collaborations between the AI Lab and other research groups at OsloMet.

Gustavo Mello, leader of the AI Lab, during the retreat in 2021.
NordSTAR and the AI Lab discuss how AI can contribute to journalism

On Friday, the 1st of April, we organised a panel at the SKUP 2022 conference together with the Department of Journalism and Media Studies.

Gustavo Mello, leader of the AI Lab, talks to a crowd on the SKUP 2022 conference.
Collaboration with a Czech university in strong progress

University of Hradec Králové and OsloMet have signed a Letter of Intent on cooperation in education, science and research.

The picture shows the two rectors shaking hands after signing the collaboration agreement.
The AI Lab is working with

Gustavo Mello, leader of the AI Lab, was recently interviewed by kode24 on the new collaborative project: Faktisk Innsikt.

Person on the phone Source: freestocks/
NordSTAR paper in ICES

A student project from Evolutionary AI and Robotics is set to be presented and published as a conference paper

The three master students Jørgen Jensen Farner, Ruben Jahren, and Håkon Weydahl, Kristine Heiney in the front, then postdoc/Assoc. Prof. Ola Huse Ramstad, and Prof. Stefano Nichele.
New centre aims to prepare future professionals for the digital world

PACT is a new centre at OsloMet that will promote a new type of education where all students develop an understanding of how technology interacts with their future profession and with society.

A class learning digital technologies. Photo: Unsplash
A mathematical "quiz" solved for data science

An article deriving an approximate solution of an old equation in statistical physics.

Woman writing calculations on whiteboard. Illustration from, by @thisisengineering.
How to make AI we can trust

Artificial intelligence offers great promise, but suffers from a trust deficit. Researchers at OsloMet are seeking to make this technology more trustworthy and, ultimately, more sustainable.

Rear view of two computer programmers, a young woman and a young man, discussing at office desk.