UN will use AI to learn what people want from peace deals People in warzones will use their smartphones to share their thoughts on negotiations. The UN will help people in warzones to influence peace deals through an AI conversation tool they can access through their smartphones. The technology was developed by UN officials alongside a startup called Remesh, which produces a tool that creates online conversations with up to 1,000 participants. Their thoughts are analyzed in real-time through polls and open-ended questions to provide insights at scale. The product is typically used for market research and employee engagement. But the UN believes it could also improve public participation in peace negotiations. Using the AI conversation tool in warzones The UN’s system aims to create a “real-time” dialogue between people living in warzones about what they want from a peace deal. Participants will be invited to answer questions and respond to polls.
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