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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    Flyer series #01-#06 (1 HEX): dataset/-container. The flyer-series seeks to expand the Klein's group—as referred to by Rosalind Krauss (1979)—in the area of asymmetric interaction in various domains: communication, transaction, strategy and embodiment as an aspect of spatial competence becoming potentially more accentuated in the new digital strategies emerging under the conditions of quarantine (covid 19).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    6 flyers (1HEX): #01—attempt; #02—try again; #03—do something else; #04—return; #05—Unlearn; #06—Crossover. The present flyer-series (#01-#06, 1HEX) is a parcours, in which an attempt is made to tile a specific realm: a tour of KHiO—reminiscing from home, and on campus receptively—in a particular phase of the pandemic. The three-score work of covering a field (damage/repair), programming a pattern (re-pair) and the two remediating each other. Parcours before discours. The parcours runs through Bracha Ettinger’s contribution to the SALTWATER Istanbul biennale in 2015, a dance performance (Displaced Shadows, KHiO), 3 operatic essays on Sophocles’ Antigone (Triologue, KHiO) and reflections on displacement from 3 different vantage points—a post-collapse scenario (KHiO)— in the context of the C19 pandemic. What is attempted—through the passage points of a parcours—is to depict KHiO at the brink between two social phases: before and after vaccination. Artworks are here scoped as ‘labours of transition’. The transition from the liminal space of the lockdown (some performances video-transmitted, others are live) to what may turn out to present itself as yet another liminal phase. The set aims to learn by doing: what is the impact of record and replay, under such circumstances, and what does it represent as a candidate form of action? The agency of lateral drift, and moving sideways like a crab, where ascending/descending existentially may be implied, but never immediately revealed. Implied through implication. Indeed, what qualities of repair can be envisaged by re-pairing vantage points that at first appear to be opposed, if not outrightly incompatible? Can we engage differently with opinion, fame, scale, impact, wounds, healing? With the unsettling, uncanny, and anachronistic; in the afterlife (Nachleben) of Covid19? Bracha Ettinger’s ‘saltwater’ passageway from wit(h)nessing to witnessing: an attempt to join the works we execute and the situation we have designed (and have caused in more mediate ways), in a fashion that may be illuminated and raised through the sideways gait of the crab. Parcours…

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dai, Hong-Ning; Wu, Yulei; Wang, Hao; Imran, Muhammad; Haider, Noman;
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
    Country: Norway

    We have witnessed an unprecedented public health crisis caused by the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which has severely affected medical institutions, our common lives, and social-economic activities. This crisis also reveals the brittleness of existing medical services, such as over-centralization of medical resources, the hysteresis of medical services digitalization, and weak security and privacy protection of medical data. The integration of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and blockchain is expected to be a panacea to COVID-19 attributed to the ubiquitous presence and the perception of IoMT as well as the enhanced security and immutability of the blockchain. However, the synergy of IoMT and blockchain is also faced with challenges in privacy, latency, and context absence. The emerging edge intelligence technologies bring opportunities to tackle these issues. In this article, we present blockchain-empowered edge intelligence for IoMT in addressing the COVID-19 crisis. We first review IoMT, edge intelligence, and blockchain in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. We then present an architecture of blockchain-empowered edge intelligence for IoMT after discussing the opportunities of integrating blockchain and edge intelligence. We next offer solutions to COVID-19 brought by blockchain-empowered edge intelligence from 1) monitoring and tracing COVID-19 pandemic origin, 2) traceable supply chain of injectable medicines and COVID-19 vaccines, and 3) telemedicine and remote healthcare services. Moreover, we also discuss the challenges and open issues in blockchain-empowered edge intelligence.

  • Open Access Swedish
    Authors: 
    Haraldsen, Anna Kari; Skari, Lars-Amund;
    Publisher: Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås
    Country: Norway

    Djurvälfärd hos matproducerande djur har ett stort nationellt och globalt fokus och är något som konsumenter bryr sig om och efterfrågar. Djurvälfärd är ett komplext begrepp med utmaningar både i det dagliga arbetet med skötsel av djur och vad gäller identifiering, registrering, analys och uppföljning. Förutom den lagstiftning om djurvälfärd som finns på plats både på EU nivå och nationellt i Norge, har olika internationella organisationer integrerat djurvälfärd i sina policys och standarder. Där presenterar de sina kriterier eller variabler för att mäta djurvälfärd. Flera av dessa variabler har sedan flera år tillbaks registrerats i Norge, något som bidragit till att norska TINE, lanserat en djurvälfärdsindikator för att kunna arbeta med djurvälfärd både på besättningsnivå och i större nationell skala. I arbetet om TINEs djurvälfärdsindikator och kalvskötsel hos ett urval av norska mjölkproducenter på Östlandet, undersöker vi skillnader i kalvskötsel, på plats i besättningarna, hos besättningar som placerar sig högt respektive lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv. Vi har med hjälp av strukturerade registreringar och provtagning, jämfört kalvskötsel inklusive råmjölkstilldelning i dessa besättningar. Vi tror att en eventuell skillnad mellan kalvskötsel syns lättare i praktiken när vi jämför dessa två grupper än om vi söker skillnader hos besättningar som ligger i centrum av normalfördelningen. Arbetet utfördes i en tid av Covid-19 pandemi och lockdown av samhället vilket gjorde att vi fått ett litet dataunderlag. Trots detta ser vi tendenser till skillnader i kalvskötseln mellan de besättningar som placerar sig högt respektive lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv. De besättningar som placerar sig lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv har i vår studie större utfordringar kopplat till kalvvälfärd än de som placerar sig högt. Vi har sett kalvar med sämre immunstatus i denna grupp och vi har uppmärksammat en skötselfaktor där de förlitar sig oftare på kalvens aptit när det gäller mängd råmjölk första dygn. Vi har noterat att ute i besättningarna, är aptitfodring inte det samma som fri tillgång på mjölk. Kalvarna erbjuds mjölk på flaska och får dricka så mycket mjölk de önskar, men detta är begränsat till utfodringstillfället. Om kalven vill dricka, får den dricka så mycket mjölk den önskar. Om den inte vill dricka vid utfodringstillfället, måste den inte dricka mjölken. Hos dessa besättningar som placerar sig lågt på indikatorn, får kalvarna också i större utsträckning mindre mängd mjölk och mjölk fördelat på färre ransoner under sin första levnadsvecka än de besättningar som placerar sig högt på indikatorn. Detta är en pilotstudie som visar att det kan vara nyttigt att använda dessa registreringar som ett supplement till indikatorn, för att få ett bättre intryck av djurvälfärd hos kalvar. VET

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Galindo-Villegas, Jorge;
    Publisher: Alta Boletín Acuicultura Mis Peces
    Country: Norway

    URL: https://www.mispeces.com/nav/servicios/boletin-acuicultura/suscripcion-a-boletin/#.XuIK7EUzaUl [downloaded 11 June 2020]

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English

    The attached compressed file package supplements our research article. It comprises SARS-CoV-2 variant timemaps SVG files for 2020 and 2021, updated with data submitted to GISAID as of February 10th 2021 (inclusive). It is a snapshot of the webpage hosting these maps (https://bcgsc.github.io/SARS2) on that day and includes the script and single nucleotide variation (SNV) report files used to generate these and could be used by anyone to generate additional and custom interactive SVG maps. The frequently updated and comprehensive SARS-CoV-2 genome SNV reports (https://www.bcgsc.ca/downloads/btl/SARS-CoV-2/mutations) represent a wealth of variant information that could be mined to gain further insights into the rapid SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus evolution in human hosts.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Borja, Angel; Elliott, Michael; Basurko, Oihane; Fernández Muerza, Alex; Micheli, Fiorenza; Zimmermann, Fabian; Knowlton, Nancy;
    Country: Norway

    The ocean is facing multiple pressures from human activities, including the effects of climate change. Science has a prominent role in identifying problems and communicating these to society. However, scientists are also increasingly taking an active role in developing solutions, including strategies for adapting to and mitigating climate change, increasing food security, and reducing pollution. Transmitting these solutions to society changes our narrative about the ocean and motivates actions. The United Nations triple initiatives for this decade—the Sustainable Development Goals, the Decade on Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, and the Decade of Ecosystem Restoration—provide the momentum for this change in narrative and focus. Here, we reflect on the search for solutions and the need for better ways of communicating science in a positive way. We synthesize insights from a summer school held during the COVID-19 pandemic and present some examples of successes and failures and the lessons learned from these. #OceanOptimism: Balancing the Narrative About the Future of the Ocean

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Olsen, Øystein;
    Publisher: Norges Bank
    Country: Norway

    Speech by Governor Øystein Olsen at the Centre for Monetary Economics (CME) / BI Norwegian Business School on 6 October 2020

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål
    Authors: 
    Fretheim, Atle;
    Country: Norway
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie;
    Country: Norway
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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    Flyer series #01-#06 (1 HEX): dataset/-container. The flyer-series seeks to expand the Klein's group—as referred to by Rosalind Krauss (1979)—in the area of asymmetric interaction in various domains: communication, transaction, strategy and embodiment as an aspect of spatial competence becoming potentially more accentuated in the new digital strategies emerging under the conditions of quarantine (covid 19).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    6 flyers (1HEX): #01—attempt; #02—try again; #03—do something else; #04—return; #05—Unlearn; #06—Crossover. The present flyer-series (#01-#06, 1HEX) is a parcours, in which an attempt is made to tile a specific realm: a tour of KHiO—reminiscing from home, and on campus receptively—in a particular phase of the pandemic. The three-score work of covering a field (damage/repair), programming a pattern (re-pair) and the two remediating each other. Parcours before discours. The parcours runs through Bracha Ettinger’s contribution to the SALTWATER Istanbul biennale in 2015, a dance performance (Displaced Shadows, KHiO), 3 operatic essays on Sophocles’ Antigone (Triologue, KHiO) and reflections on displacement from 3 different vantage points—a post-collapse scenario (KHiO)— in the context of the C19 pandemic. What is attempted—through the passage points of a parcours—is to depict KHiO at the brink between two social phases: before and after vaccination. Artworks are here scoped as ‘labours of transition’. The transition from the liminal space of the lockdown (some performances video-transmitted, others are live) to what may turn out to present itself as yet another liminal phase. The set aims to learn by doing: what is the impact of record and replay, under such circumstances, and what does it represent as a candidate form of action? The agency of lateral drift, and moving sideways like a crab, where ascending/descending existentially may be implied, but never immediately revealed. Implied through implication. Indeed, what qualities of repair can be envisaged by re-pairing vantage points that at first appear to be opposed, if not outrightly incompatible? Can we engage differently with opinion, fame, scale, impact, wounds, healing? With the unsettling, uncanny, and anachronistic; in the afterlife (Nachleben) of Covid19? Bracha Ettinger’s ‘saltwater’ passageway from wit(h)nessing to witnessing: an attempt to join the works we execute and the situation we have designed (and have caused in more mediate ways), in a fashion that may be illuminated and raised through the sideways gait of the crab. Parcours…

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dai, Hong-Ning; Wu, Yulei; Wang, Hao; Imran, Muhammad; Haider, Noman;
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
    Country: Norway

    We have witnessed an unprecedented public health crisis caused by the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which has severely affected medical institutions, our common lives, and social-economic activities. This crisis also reveals the brittleness of existing medical services, such as over-centralization of medical resources, the hysteresis of medical services digitalization, and weak security and privacy protection of medical data. The integration of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and blockchain is expected to be a panacea to COVID-19 attributed to the ubiquitous presence and the perception of IoMT as well as the enhanced security and immutability of the blockchain. However, the synergy of IoMT and blockchain is also faced with challenges in privacy, latency, and context absence. The emerging edge intelligence technologies bring opportunities to tackle these issues. In this article, we present blockchain-empowered edge intelligence for IoMT in addressing the COVID-19 crisis. We first review IoMT, edge intelligence, and blockchain in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. We then present an architecture of blockchain-empowered edge intelligence for IoMT after discussing the opportunities of integrating blockchain and edge intelligence. We next offer solutions to COVID-19 brought by blockchain-empowered edge intelligence from 1) monitoring and tracing COVID-19 pandemic origin, 2) traceable supply chain of injectable medicines and COVID-19 vaccines, and 3) telemedicine and remote healthcare services. Moreover, we also discuss the challenges and open issues in blockchain-empowered edge intelligence.

  • Open Access Swedish
    Authors: 
    Haraldsen, Anna Kari; Skari, Lars-Amund;
    Publisher: Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås
    Country: Norway

    Djurvälfärd hos matproducerande djur har ett stort nationellt och globalt fokus och är något som konsumenter bryr sig om och efterfrågar. Djurvälfärd är ett komplext begrepp med utmaningar både i det dagliga arbetet med skötsel av djur och vad gäller identifiering, registrering, analys och uppföljning. Förutom den lagstiftning om djurvälfärd som finns på plats både på EU nivå och nationellt i Norge, har olika internationella organisationer integrerat djurvälfärd i sina policys och standarder. Där presenterar de sina kriterier eller variabler för att mäta djurvälfärd. Flera av dessa variabler har sedan flera år tillbaks registrerats i Norge, något som bidragit till att norska TINE, lanserat en djurvälfärdsindikator för att kunna arbeta med djurvälfärd både på besättningsnivå och i större nationell skala. I arbetet om TINEs djurvälfärdsindikator och kalvskötsel hos ett urval av norska mjölkproducenter på Östlandet, undersöker vi skillnader i kalvskötsel, på plats i besättningarna, hos besättningar som placerar sig högt respektive lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv. Vi har med hjälp av strukturerade registreringar och provtagning, jämfört kalvskötsel inklusive råmjölkstilldelning i dessa besättningar. Vi tror att en eventuell skillnad mellan kalvskötsel syns lättare i praktiken när vi jämför dessa två grupper än om vi söker skillnader hos besättningar som ligger i centrum av normalfördelningen. Arbetet utfördes i en tid av Covid-19 pandemi och lockdown av samhället vilket gjorde att vi fått ett litet dataunderlag. Trots detta ser vi tendenser till skillnader i kalvskötseln mellan de besättningar som placerar sig högt respektive lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv. De besättningar som placerar sig lågt på TINEs delindikator för kalv har i vår studie större utfordringar kopplat till kalvvälfärd än de som placerar sig högt. Vi har sett kalvar med sämre immunstatus i denna grupp och vi har uppmärksammat en skötselfaktor där de förlitar sig oftare på kalvens aptit när det gäller mängd råmjölk första dygn. Vi har noterat att ute i besättningarna, är aptitfodring inte det samma som fri tillgång på mjölk. Kalvarna erbjuds mjölk på flaska och får dricka så mycket mjölk de önskar, men detta är begränsat till utfodringstillfället. Om kalven vill dricka, får den dricka så mycket mjölk den önskar. Om den inte vill dricka vid utfodringstillfället, måste den inte dricka mjölken. Hos dessa besättningar som placerar sig lågt på indikatorn, får kalvarna också i större utsträckning mindre mängd mjölk och mjölk fördelat på färre ransoner under sin första levnadsvecka än de besättningar som placerar sig högt på indikatorn. Detta är en pilotstudie som visar att det kan vara nyttigt att använda dessa registreringar som ett supplement till indikatorn, för att få ett bättre intryck av djurvälfärd hos kalvar. VET

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Galindo-Villegas, Jorge;
    Publisher: Alta Boletín Acuicultura Mis Peces
    Country: Norway

    URL: https://www.mispeces.com/nav/servicios/boletin-acuicultura/suscripcion-a-boletin/#.XuIK7EUzaUl [downloaded 11 June 2020]

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English

    The attached compressed file package supplements our research article. It comprises SARS-CoV-2 variant timemaps SVG files for 2020 and 2021, updated with data submitted to GISAID as of February 10th 2021 (inclusive). It is a snapshot of the webpage hosting these maps (https://bcgsc.github.io/SARS2) on that day and includes the script and single nucleotide variation (SNV) report files used to generate these and could be used by anyone to generate additional and custom interactive SVG maps. The frequently updated and comprehensive SARS-CoV-2 genome SNV reports (https://www.bcgsc.ca/downloads/btl/SARS-CoV-2/mutations) represent a wealth of variant information that could be mined to gain further insights into the rapid SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus evolution in human hosts.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Borja, Angel; Elliott, Michael; Basurko, Oihane; Fernández Muerza, Alex; Micheli, Fiorenza; Zimmermann, Fabian; Knowlton, Nancy;
    Country: Norway

    The ocean is facing multiple pressures from human activities, including the effects of climate change. Science has a prominent role in identifying problems and communicating these to society. However, scientists are also increasingly taking an active role in developing solutions, including strategies for adapting to and mitigating climate change, increasing food security, and reducing pollution. Transmitting these solutions to society changes our narrative about the ocean and motivates actions. The United Nations triple initiatives for this decade—the Sustainable Development Goals, the Decade on Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, and the Decade of Ecosystem Restoration—provide the momentum for this change in narrative and focus. Here, we reflect on the search for solutions and the need for better ways of communicating science in a positive way. We synthesize insights from a summer school held during the COVID-19 pandemic and present some examples of successes and failures and the lessons learned from these. #OceanOptimism: Balancing the Narrative About the Future of the Ocean

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Olsen, Øystein;
    Publisher: Norges Bank
    Country: Norway

    Speech by Governor Øystein Olsen at the Centre for Monetary Economics (CME) / BI Norwegian Business School on 6 October 2020

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål
    Authors: 
    Fretheim, Atle;
    Country: Norway
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie;
    Country: Norway