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What we learned about the Peace Machine? from Futurice on Vimeo.

Peace Machine -project was done during spring 2018. It was based on a book by professor Timo Honkela (Rauhankone, Gaudeamus, 2017). In his book Honkela describes how AI could be used to ease human communication and through that build world peace.

Futurice took up the challenge to investigate how could we get one step closer to world peace with technology. Here are some corner stone articles that describe our results:

Peace, machine and the Peace Machine
“Peace tech is a tool. Let’s keep people in the center.”
Humans and machines. Together.
How to get trustworthy data?
Practical Peace Machine, Part 1: A short introduction to artificial intelligence
Practical Peace Machine, Part 2: What could we build right now?

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Practical Peace Machine, Part 2: What could we build right now?

In part 1 of this blog we discussed AI’s terminology and limitation. Now we can dive straight into the Peace Machine. Timo Honkela describes three concepts in his book called the Peace Machine. Each of them are ideas on how artificial intelligence (AI) could help human communication. Meaning negotiating machine is about recognizing that people …

Practical Peace Machine, Part 1: A short introduction to artificial intelligence

Futurice has been investigating artificial intelligence and peace tech in a project called Peace Machine. Timo Honkela, the father of the Peace Machine -concept, describes that his ideas are for the future. Something that cannot be done today. However we wanted to understand how far can we get with today’s technologies. This blog post in …