"Norway must be an advocate of ethical usage of artificial intelligence.” That was one of the pieces of advice given to the Minister of Digitalisation Nikolai Astrup for the government's new strategy for artificial intelligence when he visited the University of Agder.
On Wednesday, the University Board decided that three vice rectors will be appointed at UiA for the next rector period. The next rector Sunniva Whittaker wants UiA to have three vice rectors, and the University Director's proposal received unanimous approval from the Board.
The Norwegian academic language is in danger of losing its foothold in parts of the university and university college sector, according to The Language Council of Norway. This Friday, an early-morning debate meeting about the topic will be held at Kilden Performing Arts Centre.
The CIEM centre at UiA was recently granted NOK 11 million from the Research Council of Norway for an international research project about information sharing within emergency preparedness and management.