Our team has been developing tools for inclusive participation and collective empowerment built with artificial intelligence.
AI can assist in fighting the filter bubbles and biases to help participants make informed decisions based on actual needs, empowering them with relevant knowledge.
AI notifications can lower the barriers for participation by notifying participants on relevant issues and opportunities for participation.
Participatory AI is informative, not intrusive, giving users recommendations based on what they have liked or disliked before, in a similar way that Facebook creates your feed. We use AI to analyse ideas and find news stories that are relevant to them.
Artificial Intelligence assisted EU policymaking: The Deep Linking Youth experiment uses the Active Citizen Dashboard where AI is used to listen to the voices of young people discussing Erasmus+ on public social media. The goal is to help EU policymakers take better informed decisions that affect young people. Click here to visit the live experiment.
Part of the Active Citizen development was funded by the EU commission, first from the CHEST FP7 as one of the winners of call 3, then later from Erasmus+ program for the Deep Linking Youth / Active Citizen Dashboard project.