Artificial Intelligence

Within the rapidly advancing field of artificial intelligence, our service positions itself as a contributor to the ongoing innovation in the field, endeavoring to provide researchers and educators with unparalleled technological capabilities. Our specialization is firmly anchored in the development, customization, and optimization of AI-driven models, addressing a wide range of applications including, but not limited to, natural language processing and comprehension, computer vision, and the analysis of multi-modal datasets.

Our team is dedicated to crafting tailored solutions that align perfectly with the specific requirements of your projects. Whether the goal is to unearth novel insights from textual corpora, decode intricate visual data, or amalgamate varied data forms for in-depth analysis, our service equips you with the necessary tools and knowledge to convert conceptual visions into tangible outcomes.

At CHC, our commitment extends beyond merely applying artificial intelligence; it encompasses a deeper mission to enrich human intellect, creativity, and investigative pursuits through technological innovation. Embark on a journey with us into the future of humanities, discovering how our AI services can be pivotal in transforming your research and development projects.


Examples of projects for which we provide artificial intelligence as a service is:

  • Danish Foundation Models - development culturally aligned and high quality language models in a collaboration with The Alexandra Institute, University of Southern Denmark, University of Copenhagen.
  • DaCy - a framework developed by researchers at CHC seeking to make state-of-the-art tools accessible for researchers in humanities and social sciences.
  • FabulaNet - interdisciplinary research project is that develops computational tools for automated quality assessment of literrary fiction for the benefit of both editors, writers, librarians, and researchers.  
  • Golden Arrays - interdisciplinary research project that combines artificial intelligence and information theory in order to challenge and potentially redefine our conventional understanding of the modern Danish history.

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