We do research in clinical NLP, with focus on processing health records and on assessing health from language data.
Novo Nordisk Foundation, total 543.794 DKK, 2020-2021
ClinRead applies modern artificial intelligence techniques in the subfield of natural language processing to map the techniques and advances available in privileged languages (e.g. English) to clinical notes written in other languages. This will be done via a technique known as transfer learning. The success of the approach will be validated in the first instance against de-identified Danish clinical notes, an under-privileged language in terms of available technology. If successful, the resulting technology gives a route to significantly reducing the barriers in introducing clinical natural language processing to new languages.
Aage og Johann Louis-Hansens Fond, total 2.500.000 DKK, 2021-2024
We intend to explore the idea of using uncalibrated and implicitly calibrated eye tracking for people with disabilities (in particular ALS and elderly). This also includes development of new techniques (e.g. deep learning) to robustly find relevant eye features.