Research

Annual Report: Important Choices for 2018 and their Impact on Pluralism

January 2018

What are importance choices for 2018? And how will they impact pluralism? We are asking our members their opinion. This year, the report covers the choice of whether to think or rely on artificial intelligence, to be an artist in the U.S.A., and the choice of nationalism vs. globalization.

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Mission Driven-Innovation: From Empty Rhetoric to Meaningful Impact

Fall 2017 Report

We’ve used machine learning to analyze 1,500+ press releases from major public and private organizations, and to reveal what is driving their innovation. By being more specific, and not being afraid to have distinct values, we believe that public and private organizations could create a dynamic that encourages further innovation. 

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Machine Learning: Dealing with Diversity of Meaning

Winter 2017 Report

While current vector space models are far from being able to capture all nuances of a language or culture, their geometry could represent early attempts to grasp a universal pattern in the human mind, one that would come with its own structure and logic.

(paper published in the AI & Society academic journal)

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Quantified-Self: Well-being and its Norms

Summer 2016 Report

We have collaborated with a team of life coaches to develop a series of prototypes aiming at competing with quantified well-being applications. By focussing on asking the right questions and not providing any answers, our aim was to promote a more personal and diverse approach to well-being.

(thanks to Healthy Minds Canada and Experience Life magazine for their contribution)

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