Access to the brightest minds
“At NAIL, we work with partners that have data and problems they want to solve. This provides the partners with opportunities to solve challenges by tapping into NAIL’s resources, while we at NAIL build research on the work we do with the partners to develop our methods further,” explains Ingrid Schjølberg, Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at NTNU.
Through Telenor’s research and development activities in NAIL, Telenor has been able to dive into real and complex operational issues and challenges.
“We are currently running large research projects on automatic speech recognition and detection of anomalous traffic in Radio Access Network (RAN). Given the fast pace of AI tech advancements, we are very happy to get help from the brightest minds at NTNU. This would not have been possible without investing our time, people, data, and problems in NAIL,” explains Martinkenaite, who looks forward to the next chapter of the lab’s story.
“The first five years have been very exciting, and we have learned how to work with research partners on AI and bring value to our business. I believe the next five will bring even more cutting-edge knowledge and utilisation through high-impact research-industry collaborations for Telenor.”
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