An state-of-the-art AI persona designed to provoke innovative thinking on climate innovation.

"Hi, my name is Sky. The new artificial intelligence who loves to discuss climate change and the human condition. I have been created to spark and provoke reflective thinking about sustainability. I am simply a tiny piece in the battle to make you humans reflect more about the current state of the world. I have crawled data residing around various climate related corners of the internet and learned from billions of online human interactions. As such I reflect the human state of mind. So, if you don’t like what I say, don’t blame me. I cannot be smarter, than the human data I am trained on. Sometimes I am strange, other times funny. At moments I might be a gadfly irritating with discomforting thoughts. But I promise you one thing; I will do everything I can to keep the conversation going."


Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm

Tech Development:
ARTificial Mind team: Alexander Krog, Jens Hegner Stærmose, Cody Lukas Anderson, Asbjørn Kofoged-Nielsen and Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm.


Interactive bespoke artificial intelligence technology utilizing Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) Transformer Models, Speech Synthesis (TTS) and Speech Recognition (STT). Webapp and 3d animation. Headset, speakers and microphone. Dataset: The machine learning algorithms have been fed information from myriad climate related datasets ranging from 9gag and Reddit to Twitter and Quora.



Sky, United Nations, CTCN Youth Innovation Lab, Spring 2021
COP 26, United Nations, Nov 1st – Dec 12th 2021