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Marine scientists are developing advanced facial recognition technology to distinguish between individual fish.
A recent DNA study of the corkwing wrasse shows that fears the little green wrasse from southern Norway is harmful to the population in western Norway might be exaggerated.
The Research Council of Norway has granted NOK 15.9 million for a research project on the responsible use of artificial intelligence in public administration.
Technology, globalisation, and migration are leading to greater inequalities within the European Union. The University of Agder wants to find out what impact this will have.
Activities for all children and young people are important in the fight against poverty. These are the findings of a new report on measures in nine Agder municipalities.
“If you do not understand how events from the past affect society, you will not understand the media”, says Kenneth Andresen. He conducts research on the conditions of journalists in the Balkans.
Several Norwegian municipalities have introduced home-based reablement. In his doctoral work, Tore Bersvendsen has researched whether it is profitable. It turns out that it is, but mainly for women.
The government’s coronavirus advice reaches young people, but already three weeks into the pandemic they are frustrated with school closures and the lack of socialising.