A declining number of dissertations suspected of plagiarism

In 2022, the Uniform Antiplagiarism System (JSA), which was developed by the National Information Processing Institute (OPI), was used to scan 323,966 dissertations. Only 1.7% of the dissertations exceeded the alarm threshold, which indicates that they share more than 70% similarity with other material. This represents a considerable decline since the launch of the system in 2019, when 2.5% of […]

OPI and ŚCO will use artificial intelligence to support oncology diagnostics

On 6 March, 2023, the National Information Processing Institute (OPI) and the Holy Cross Cancer Center (ŚCO) in Kielce signed an agreement on joint scholarly projects. The collaboration between the organisations will focus on oncology diagnostics. The persistent shortage of diagnosticians in Poland is impeding the prompt and effective delivery of therapies. In response, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in diagnostics […]

Easter wishes

As Easter approaches, we extend our warmest wishes to you and your loved ones. May this special time be filled with genuine and serene joy, and may you spend it surrounded by your friends and family. As we celebrate the Resurrection, we are reminded of hope and never-ending bliss. May they stay in your hearts during this special time of year and all the […]

OPI and IDEAS NCBR join forces to further their R&D efforts

the National Information Processing Institute (OPI) and IDEAS NCBR, a research and development centre that operates in the field of artificial intelligence, have signed an agreement on the development of joint projects. The collaboration of the partners will include research on software engineering and the development of artificial intelligence (AI). Thanks to the collaborative efforts of both organisations, Polish scientists […]

Study in Poland 2023 – a panel with the Head of OPI

On 9 February 2023, an expert panel titled Creating the image of Poland as an international educational HUB in IT and new technologies – the role of the INCUBATING FREEDOM for Ukraine – Adapting Women to Digital Economywas organised as part of the Study in Poland 2023 conference. The speakers included Justyna Orłowska, Representative of the Prime Minister for GovTech and Head […]

Big Data Technology Warsaw Summit is coming soon!

The 9th edition of the Big Data Technology Warsaw Summit coming soon! Let’s go HYBRID! 29th March 2023, ONLINE/ONSITE IN WARSAW, 30th March 2023 ONLINE. National Information Processing Institute is the patron of this event. Join the conference participants and take advantage of the special promotion! With the code “OPI10” you will get 10% of discount! Big […]

IT IN 2023

2022 brought about changes that have impacted all sectors. Most of them were the result of the Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine. Weeks after the impact of the COVID–19 pandemic on the economy had begun to subside, another threat loomed on the horizon. The conflict over Poland’s eastern border has made security more paramount than ever. The IT […]

The ANSI system on the podium in the LUBIĘ, BO POLSKIE 2022 ranking

On 25 November, 2022, Polskie Radio (Polish Radio) announced the laureates of the 6th edition of the Poland-wide LUBIĘ, BO POLSKIE 2022 (‘I LIKE IT, BECAUSE IT’S POLISH 2022’) ranking. ANSI, a system designed by experts at the National Information Processing Institute (OPI) and researchers at the Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IPI PAN), ranked third […]

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Christmas is a special time of year when all disputes are forgotten. May this joyous season bring tranquillity and peace, and may this blessing linger in your homes and remain in your hearts. We wish you a wonderful new year filled with happiness and kindness. Over two thousand years ago hope for a better world was born. May this come to pass […]

Dropping out does not pay off

The latest data from the Polish Graduate Tracking System (ELA) suggests that degrees are highly valued in the labour market. Graduates often have more professional experience, are less likely to become unemployed, and enjoy comparable or even higher incomes than those without degrees. The latest ELA updates also illustrate the careers and educational circumstances of students, describe the […]