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Get to know the winning team of the Hackathon spring 2021 hosted by BRAIN x COGITO.

The chosen challenge for the hackathon.

The team:

By Vegard Edvardsen, Research Scientist in the Analytics and Artificial Intelligence team in Telenor Research

Deep Learning already lets you talk to the voice assistant on your smartphone and hides the clutter behind you during video calls. Now, Deep Learning is also making its way into IoT devices, changing what we think of as a “sensor”. Could this be the “iPhone moment” that propels IoT into ubiquity?

One of the visions for 5G is to make the Internet of Things a reality. By putting billions of connected devices out into the real world, sensing and acting on our behalf, we…

Posted by Harald Martens on 31. januar 2019


God ingeniørkunst er å løse virkelige problemer ved å kombinere praktisk og teoretisk kunnskap. Nå kommer det en mulighet for eksplosiv økning i mengden gode måledata: Eksisterende data blir lettere tilgjengelig. Nye målemetoder dukker opp. Hvordan kan vi ingeniører forstå og anvende disse enorme teknisk datastrømmene, uten fordommer, fremmedgjøring og fordumming? Det er ikke enkelt. Men vi har alle et ansvar og en mulighet. Utviklingen går rivende fort, internasjonalt. Det holder imidlertid ikke å prate om «Industri 4.0 …

Posted by Eliezer de Souza on 5. februar 2019


We are living in an era of growing interest around the fuzzy concept of «Artificial Intelligence» and related ideas such as «Machine Learning» and «Big Data». This surge has been mostly driven by emerging computational power, clever designed and scalable algorithms, data availability and new models capable of delivering systems with human-level (or close to) capabilities in a set of complex tasks in natural language processing, computer vision, automatic control and automatic decision making. As researchers, students and industrials we are attracted to these ideas because of the big questions…

Posted by Pierluigi Salvo Rossi on 1. mars 2019


Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and related variations have significantly impacted the areas of image processing and computer vision. Amazing performances, superior to human capability, have been achieved in several tasks (e.g. object detection and classification) with affordable computational complexity.

The main price is paid in terms of the huge amount of labeled data needed for training. While for some specific scenario satisfactory datasets may be easily available, in general this is not always the case. Building datasets for some scenarios of interest may be severely challenging due to the intrinsic…

Posted by Torstein Myhre (Researcher, Sintef) on 4. mars 2019

Accurate control of crane loads is important in offshore operations, especially when the ship is exposed to waves. Also, automatic crane control can help inexperienced crane operators to regain control of the crane load. A requirement for automatic control of cranes is the tracking of the crane load position.

High accuracy tracking of the crane load position can be achieved using computer vision. In addition to the visual tracking of crane loads, the same models and methods have applications in the manufacturing industry. The automatic loading and unloading of produced…

Posted by Kjetil Åmdal-Sevik on 14. mars 2019 er et teknologi- og logistikkselskap som selger dagligvarer på internett. Vi har ambisjoner om å revolusjonere hele dagligvarebransjen, og siden start har vi vært lidenskapelig opptatt av å bygge fantastiske kundeopplevelser og å tenke radikalt nytt innen bruk av teknologi og data for å lage morgendagens dagligvarehandel. Til dette trenger vi selvfølgelig kunstig intelligens.

Fordi kundene handler på nett har helt annen data tilgjengelig enn tradisjonelle dagligvarebutikker, og det gir oss unike forutsetninger for å bygge nyskapende løsninger og utfordre etablerte sannheter i dagligvarebransjen. …

Posted by on 29. mai 2019

Out of the millions of events happening every day, there’s only a handful that is relevant to your company. By combining the current state-of-the-art in NLP research with our AI-driven sales intelligence platform, we at have figured out a way to filter out the noise.

Posted by NTNU School of Entrepreneurship on 21. februar 2020

Artificial intelligence is one of the many buzzwords heard in entrepreneurship circles these days. Even though the technology has been around for over 50 years, it has recently been brought to the attention of many aspiring entrepreneurs.

The startup Vis-Tek is based at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship (NSE) in Trondheim. Vis-Tek is using artificial intelligence to give drivers an overview of free parking spots. Using deep neural networks to process CCTV cameras, their technology can detect cars at specific parking spots, making it possible to know whether the parking lot…


Norwegian Open AI Lab’s student organization at NTNU.

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