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Natural language analytical cloud

We are implementing a project co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under the Intelligent Development Operational Program.


The "Natural language analytical cloud" project is part of the National Research Center competition and Development: The Fast Track.


Project goals: The project involves the creation of a virtual analytical agency offering the possibility of training a team of its artificial intelligence agents to extract detailed information from text documents and using them for continuous analysis and data extraction from an individually managed document repository.


Planned effects: The implementation of the project results will take the form of launching an online service in the Analytics-as-a-Service model, offering the ability to independently train artificial intelligence agents specialized in extracting detailed information from any text documents written in natural language and engaging these agents to mass search and extract data from extensive collections of documents stored in an individually managed repository.


Project value:PLN 2,534,176.34


Project co-financing value: PLN 1,933,874.33

Implementation period: 01/10/2020 - 30/09/2022

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We are implementing a project entitled "Patient-oriented Intelligent and Renewable Healthcare Solutions", financed by the National Center for Research and Development under the Active Assisted Living Program 2014-2020 (AAL - Call 2019) and co-financed by the European Commission for Horizon 2020.


Project goals: ACESO aims to use modern artificial intelligence technologies to build an integrated healthcare platform for oral hygiene, in which intelligent devices use data to improve health and well-being.


Planned effects: The project's ultimate goal is to develop a platform that collects health data of the elderly in a holistic and integrated manner to benefit sustainable health and well-being. Achieving this requires collecting large amounts of data on prevention, mental and physical health and oral hygiene, multi-faceted integrated data analysis, and machine learning models. The project will be developed with more advanced analytical possibilities, moving towards an intelligent platform. This platform will help patients maintain physical health (including oral health), promote a healthy lifestyle, and allow caregivers to provide optimized, efficient and effective care for their patients.


Project value: 1 627 705.90 PLN


Co-financing received from the NCBR: PLN 1,457,372.72


Implementation period: 01/05/2020 - 30/04/2023

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We are co-implementing the "CREATE - Share the past, create the future" project, funded by the National Centre for Research and Development (agreement number: AAL/AALCall2021/100/CREATE/2022) under the Active Assisted Living Programme (AAL - Call 2021), co-financed by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020.


Project goals: CREATE project is built around seniors being great storytellers with knowledge and experiences to share with others. Therefore, an innovative platform will be developed with aim to:

  • Help older adults to create their own digital product by offering them easy-to-follow courses and instructions.

  • Provide self-publishing assistance and a marketplace to elderly so that they can commercialize their products. It will also assist them by initiating joint commercialisation activities. 

  • Create of an environment for older adults to connect not only to others of a similar age but also to other generations in order to learn from each other, to help each other and to form co-creation projects.

The platform is innovative in the service model and the innovative tools it’s offering to the users: digital companion (an algorithm based on machine learning that will observe the behaviour of the end-users with the platform and help them) and Smart AutoEditor (a tool for automatic simplification of written phrases).


Planned effects: CREATE attracts all older adults above 60 years of age as its primary users but it will not be limited only to this age group, younger generations can join the platform and create their own content. Users with low IT skill will be able to use the CREATEplatform and will find it user friendly and intuitive. As for secondary users, we focus on people in the academic and research environment, tourists, people interested in social, cultural and historical knowledge. We will also encourage and invite family members and friends of the older adults who have shown interest in being part of the platform so they can help their loved ones to create their content, download it, read it a


Project value (docmatic): 1 319 452,20 zł


Co-financing received from the NCBR (docmatic): 1 052 790,51


Implementation period: 2022-06-01 - 2024-11-30.

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