News & Events
Get to know Paul, Emilie and Fabian
Meet three PhD Students affiliated with the Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence.
Get to know Sarthak, Olga and Vésteinn
Meet three of the PhD Students working in the Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence.
Acclaimed researchers appointed as co-leads at P1
On 1 March 2023, Isabelle Augenstein and Sebastian Weichwald were appointed as co-leads in the Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence also known as P1. As co-leads they will help set the tone for the next ground-breaking research to be conducted within the centre.
P1 welcomes new Chief Scientific Officer
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Toine Bogers, is a new face at the IT University of Copenhagen. Alongside his work at ITU, he is also the new Chief Scientific Officer of the Pioneer Centre for AI.
New podcast episode with Director Serge Belongie
In the latest episode of "The Geet Khosla Podcast", host Geet Khosla sat down with the Director of the Pioneer Centre for AI, Professor Serge Belongie, for a conversation about generative AI, the impactful research he has been doing through the years, and how he became the scientific director of Denmarks first Pioneer Centre for AI.
The Nordic AI Meet comes to Copenhagen in 2023
Next year the annual Nordic AI Meet will bring young AI researchers across the Nordics to Copenhagen, and the Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence will play a crucial organizing role in the 2023 edition of the conference. The focus will be on knowledge exchange about AI and its applications in the Nordics.
Research project will improve diagnostics and treatment of strokes with artificial intelligence
Together with Cerebriu, and danish hospitals, the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen, has received millions in Investment from Innovation Fund Denmark to improve stroke care with artificial intelligence. The research project Stroke will deliver the world’s first solution to significantly improve MRI-based stroke treatment and clinical workflow efficiency.
Faster knowledge of side effects via artificial intelligence
Together with the Danish Medicines Agency and Bispebjerg & Frederiksberg Hospital, Department of Computer Science is launching a three-year research project whose goal is to ensure faster and better knowledge about side effects and thereby increase the safety of medicinal products.
DDSA, DIREC and Pioneer Centre for AI hosting joint annual conference
Three strong partners within AI, digital technologies, data science and research are joining forces to strengthen knowledge sharing and collaboration across sectors and sub-fields.
The Danish Pioneer Centre for AI marks its official opening
On 28 March Denmark's new Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence marks its official opening with an event that will focus on how fundamental AI research can contribute to solving some of society's greatest challenges and bring Denmark to the forefront of human-centered artificial intelligence.