global arena research institute
We live in a time of almost unparalleled transformation
On a global scale, immense structural changes are taking place, creating an unfamiliar, uncertain framework for international actors – whether they are businesses, individuals or states. Technological and social dynamics are moving and evolving too fast for traditional forms ofpolitical, research and business conduct to keep up. It is no surprise that fragility, unpredictability and instability are serious factors in our world today. Through GARI’s Research Centre, we offer the ability to access the very DNA of global affairs. We create tools to enhance understanding of the way the world works – and how to predict what’s going to happen next.
The Global Arena Research Institute offers a way forward
Global Arena Research Institute is an independent, non-partisan research organisation that combines the most advanced methods of AI-driven data scientific and other artificial reasoning capabilities, elevating the data science into a completely new level of opportunities. GARI is mapping globalisation on an unprecedented level which will enable us to finally understand and manage the global arena.
OUR PROJECT IS DEVELOPING A COMPLEX AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY CENTRE THAT WOULD CRUCIALLY ENHANCE CAPACITIES TO BASE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE GLOBAL ARENA ON COMPREHENSIVE, COMPLEX AND ALMOST REAL-TIME DATA.
Global Arena Research Institute will tackle the persisting reliance on conventional wisdom by providing a paradigm that is released from the straightjacket of existing analytical concepts. It will demonstrate that even in the realm of social, economic and human sciences it is possible to overcome the challenges of processing and utilizing enormous volumes of data. Research will be able to link current global interactions and flows to pre-existing normative, political and regulatory frameworks and critically reflect on their relevance.
Our research will combine groundbreaking ways of mining and processing enormous quantities of data by developing a “core facility” of advanced artificial intelligence and reasoning combined with the humanist reasoning of the social sciences. This computational core facility based on machine learning, text processing, information extraction, theorem proving, ontology and formal reasoning will provide a new and enabling partnership to social scientists. Computation will serve not only as a simple tool for number crunching, but will support reasoning, decision-making and pattern analysis.
Our proposal takes the ambition of interlinking social sciences with advanced computing technologies to an unprecedented and truly global level.