New Consortium Initiates Work on Danish Language Models

At the beginning of May, the so-called Danish Language Model Consortium announced the commencement of work on developing Danish language models.

Leading the consortium are the Alexandra Institute, IBM Denmark, and the Danish Chamber of Commerce, who, along with a wide range of partners, aim to create Danish language models that ensure open innovation, transparency, national culture and language control, and independence from third parties.

A large number of private and public organizations are already partners in the consortium, and the initiative is open to all who can commit to a set of core principles, including that the developed Danish language models must be open source with free and unrestricted access for everyone.

In the ADD project, we will also discuss the language models at a seminar on Friday, May 17th (registration, however, is closed).