Global Top100 Outstanding Project Announcement 5/10: Logically Intelligence

Published on February 7, 2022

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Logically’s fact-checking team advises governments on how to combat harmful online misinformation and deliberate disinformation by leveraging its state-of-the-art intelligence platform. The AI-based platform (Logically Intelligence) detects, analyzes and classifies such information – and hosts a series of countermeasures to tackle problematic content, including priority flags, takedown notices and deep-dive investigative reports. By improving civil society discourse and protecting democratic debate, the UN Sustainable Development Goals impacted by this solution is SDG16 (“Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions”).

As announced in previous articles, the IRCAI Scientific Program Committees and the IRCAI Scientific Journal Editorial Board have completed their review of the submitted Global Top 100 projects. 10 solutions were ranked as “outstanding projects” based on the centrality of AI, potential impact on relevant SDG(s), demonstration of potential in the completed work (either a proof of concept or completed research paper ), and ethical design. The aim of this article is to introduce the project to relevant stakeholders and the broader public, and to make the voices of the team behind Logically Intelligence heard on the world stage.

“The Internet can be a confusing place,” says Logically. Sharing information and opinions is easier today than ever before, but “with that ease, the line between the two is blurring.” As for the United States, Logically Intelligence detected more than 3,425,102 pieces of high-threat content from January 2020 to February 2021, including 1,748,787 during the September-November election period.

This has prompted Logically to develop an intelligence platform that can analyze, classify and detect damaging activity in the online media landscape. The platform is based on “cutting-edge AI and secure, scalable cloud infrastructure” and provides a solution for identifying problematic content. At the same time, it integrates a set of countermeasures that serve the purpose of tackling such content – such as priority flags, takedown notifications to platforms, and in-depth investigative reports on high-priority issues identified by the systems.

As countries around the world increasingly feel the downside of misinformation or disinformation (e.g., doubts about election results, low vaccination rates, violent protests), the platform has already been used by various governments and public institutions.

For more information about Logically Intelligence, feel free to consult Logically’s website or contact Logically on:


Georgia DIP and AI Research Project

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In Person Meeting of the African Members of the NAIXUS Network of AI Researchers on AI and Development

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Workshop at the Deep Learning Indaba 2023: “Building a Global Network of AI Researchers on AI and the United Nations SDGs” 

Workshop at the Deep Learning Indaba 2023: “Building a Global Network of AI Researchers on AI and the United Nations SDGs” 

The International Research Institute on AI under the auspices of UNESCO (IRCAI) and its core members in the Network of Excellence NAIXUS; a multi-stakeholder initiative aimed at bridging the gap between AI and sustainable development hosted a meeting amd a workshop in Accra, Ghana. Both events were held as part of the Deep Learning Indaba 2023 Forum on September 8 and 9 and were co-hosted by the NAIXUS members from Africa.


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