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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.
Researchers at OsloMet have created a coffee cup that can make information technology more accessible to the elderly. The cup facilitates social contact and finding new online friends.
Universal design is a necessity for some, but good for all. This mantra is driving OsloMet researchers Weiqin Chen and Terje Gjøsæter in their ongoing work.
Underwater robots, which consumes little energy, can collect environmental data over a long period o...
Can artificial intelligence increase the effectiveness of artificial insemination?
When we design technology to be usable for everyone, we enable them to participate in society, regardless of disability or impairment. The United Nations refers to this as universal design.
OsloMet has unveiled a new artificial intelligence research centre. The centre, it is hoped, will help strengthen Norway's position as a leading actor in the AI field.