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Denmark launches AI centre

A Danish Centre for Applied Artificial Intelligence (DCAKI) is to be launched at the University of Copenhagen.

The centre aims to work on the latest technology in artificial intelligence, which will be available for companies and other organisations to use, said the Alexandra Institute, funder of the initiative. The Alexandra Institute is part of Denmark’s Advanced Technology Group, a network of independent research and technology organisations.

The DCAKI’s focus will be on companies that are entering or already working in AI, the institute said. It will also bring together public and private organisations in areas where Denmark has a strong potential for solving societal challenges. These areas include employment and sustainable construction.

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