Timo Honkela

Professor, Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki, and Centre for Digitisation and Preservation, National Library of Finland

One of the long-term objectives for the professorship is to generate new research that promotes the use of digital resources. The resources include digitized traditional publications such as books and newspapers, and modern internet-based conversations. Using statistical machine learning and pattern matching methods, it has become possible to analyze complex phenomena from multiple perspectives. For humanities and social sciences, these developments provide new opportunities to strengthen their position.

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  1. Primary income for participation in evolving consensus, requiring significant repetitive majorities replacing representative governance and most social assistance. Reach consensus, practice defining the meaning of words and use of language in common, develop A.I. and access to accommodate eventually global fully inclusive participation. Fundamental shift in roles and responsibilities from elitism to commonism.

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