It is with great enthusiasm and deep sense of responsibility that we are soon launching Integreat. By developing new ways of doing machine learning, we hope to contribute to make Norway one of the world leading countries in AI.
It is our pleasure to introduce the first newsletter from dScience – Centre for Computational and Data Science. dScience is less than two years old, however the science behind the center has long and proud traditions at the University of Oslo.
The Life Science Growth House and dScience – Centre for Computational and Data Science will strengthen the innovation culture at UiO and contribute to making Oslo Science Park an even more holistic ecosystem for innovation where business and academia meet. Aim: Put knowledge from research into use!
Once you know how it works for one disease, immuneML can make diagnostic tools for other types of diseases as well.
On December 2-3, 2021, CompSci and dScience PhD candidates participated in their first PhD Program Seminar.
Now that the pandemic is coming closer to an end, we are thrilled to finally be able to get together for some exciting activities! One of dScience’s most important tasks is to create and run meeting places, and we are kicking it all off on October 14 in the Science Library.
(In Norwegian) UiO-professor Morten Dæhlen mener data er en like viktig ressurs for virksomheter som menneskelig arbeidskraft og kapital. Nå lanseres etter- og videreutdannings-programmet «Fra data til innsikt».
(In Norwegian) Norge trenger en helhetlig nasjonal satsing på kompetanseutvikling om data og databruk fra vugge til grav. Vi har en lang vei å gå.
(In Norwegian) Oslo Science City vil hjelpe norske bedrifter ved å styrke koblingene mellom forskning og næringsliv. Ledende teknologi-aktører mener det er høy sjanse for at det lykkes.