What happens at Folkemødet?
Digital Research Centre Denmark
by Susanne Brøndberg
3d ago
back to news 11 June 2024 What happens at Folkemødet? Discover the highlights of Folkemødet on Bornholm, focusing on digital technology, research, and innovation. The program is packed with exciting events and talks for tech enthusiasts. Digitalisering og den grønne omstilling Gør digitaliseringen os til klimasyndere? 13. juni 2024 14:00 – 14:45 Maja Hanne Kirkeby Lektor ved Datalogi på Institut for Mennesker og Teknologi Roskilde Universitet Grønne datacentre: Findes de?  14. juni 2024 09:00 – 09:45 Rikke Hougaard Zeberg Direktør, Styrelsen for Dataforsyning og Infrastrukt ..read more
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AI will be “lane assist” for healthcare professionals in ultrasound scans of pregnant women
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by Susanne Brøndberg
3w ago
back to news 23 May 2024 AI will be “lane assist” for healthcare professionals in ultrasound scans of pregnant women After two years of collaboration, a team of researchers from Danish universities has developed an artificial intelligence capable of evaluating the quality of ultrasound scans of pregnant women, drawing insights from experienced physicians. This innovation aims to enhance the quality of scans not only within Denmark but also in developing nations. Ultrasound scanning during pregnancy is a challenging discipline. Many practitioners have dedicated their careers to capt ..read more
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Is there a digital architect present?
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by Susanne Brøndberg
3w ago
back to news 16 May 2024 Is there a digital architect present? Focusing on user-centered design can give Denmark a unique competitive advantage, positioning us as the leading country in Europe for developing innovative digital solutions. The best IT solutions are those where technology seamlessly integrates into the background, enabling us to accomplish our tasks effortlessly. BY THOMAS RIISGAARD HANSEN, DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL RESEARCH CENTRE DENMARK In the Danish TV program “Is there an architect present?”, Ane Cortsen asks: How could an architect design such a controversial building ..read more
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D3A 2.0 – Open call for session proposals
Digital Research Centre Denmark
by Susanne Brøndberg
3M ago
back to news 8 March 2024 D3A 2.0 – Open call for session proposals Mark your calendars for October 22-23, 2024, as we gear up for another great community-driven conference in Nyborg – Danish Digitalization, Data Science and AI 2.0 – also called D3A 2.0.   We invite you to contribute to the program of the conference by submitting a proposal for a parallel session.
 
 You are not required to be active in the Danish Data Science Academy, Pioneer Centre for AI or DIREC to propose a session or participate in D3A 2.0.

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DIREC annual report 2023
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by Susanne Brøndberg
3M ago
back to news 7 March 2024 DIREC annual report 2023 In 2023, there was a significant breakthrough in digitisation, particularly in generative AI, which became a widespread topic of conversation. The introduction of ChatGPT allowed everyone to explore the possibilities of interacting with advanced language models.  While AI is of course a major focus in DIREC, we also emphasise that digitisation encompasses more than just AI. It involves developing skills that not only align with current trends but also anticipate the themes of tomorrow. In simpler terms, although the spotlight ..read more
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Automated Sensitivity Analysis Enhances Trustworthiness of Probabilistic Programs
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by Susanne Brøndberg
3M ago
back to news 6 March 2024 Automated Sensitivity Analysis Enhances Trustworthiness of Probabilistic Programs   Probabilistic programs, a fundamental concept in modern computing, have gained increasing attention due to their versatile applications across various domains, including machine learning, cryptography, and statistics. However, ensuring the reliability and trustworthiness of these programs poses significant challenges, particularly in understanding their probabilistic nature and analysing their sensitivity to input changes. A recent study led by researchers Alejandro ..read more
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The award goes to…
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by Susanne Brøndberg
6M ago
back to news 13 December 2023 The award goes to....   PhD Student Axel Christfort and Supervisor Associate Professor Tijs Slaats from the University of Copenhagen won the Process Discovery Contest at the 5th International Conference on Process Mining with their DisCoveR miner. In a remarkable achievement, PhD student Axel Christfort and his supervisor, Associate Professor Tijs Slaats, won the Process Discovery Contest at the 5th International Conference on Process Mining. Their cutting-edge DisCoveR miner produced the most accurate models and stood as the sole algorithm to s ..read more
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It requires collaboration with people of different expertise to push your idea forward
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by Susanne Brøndberg
6M ago
back to news 11 December 2023 It requires collaboration with people of different expertise to push your idea forward   Kurt Nielsen is one of the pioneers behind encryption and blockchain technology for protecting sensitive data while in use, and co-founder of Partisia. Here, he tells about the journey from researcher to CEO. It all began as two research projects at Aarhus University, where a small team of researchers with diverse backgrounds in cryptography, business economics, and software development joined forces. The collaboration resulted in a groundbreaking cryptograph ..read more
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ChatGPT ushers research into a new era – calling for new rules of the game
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by Susanne Brøndberg
7M ago
back to news 1 December 2023 ChatGPT ushers research into a new era – calling for new rules of the game Language models like ChatGPT will change how we conduct research. To ensure transparency and maintain trust in research, a code of conduct should be drawn up, writes the Royal Academy in Altinget, an online Danish political review. Authors of the opinion piece: Kim Guldstrand Larsen, professor, Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, member of Royal Academy Susanne Ditlevsen, chair of the natural sciences class at the Royal Academy and professor at the Department of ..read more
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It is not just the quantum field that demands digital skills
Digital Research Centre Denmark
by Susanne Brøndberg
7M ago
back to news 29 November 2023 It is not just the quantum field that demands digital skills Quantum technology opens up a world of possibilities, but we must acknowledge that the path forward may not necessarily be easy. Denmark can play a crucial role in the development, but to realize this potential, focused investments and, above all, competent digital specialists are needed. This opinion was published in Børsen on 29 November 2023 Thomas Riisgaard Hansen, Director, Digital Research Centre Denmark Allan Grønlund, co-founder, Kvantify Michael Kastoryano, Associate Professor, ITU Ja ..read more
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