The Artificial Intelligence World Society Initiative (AIWS) was founded and announced by Governor Michael Dukakis and Nguyen Anh Tuan in November 2017 as a means of counteracting harmful and unethical uses of AI, and building the 7-layer model of the AI World Society, a foundation for the Age of Global Enlightenment.

The AI World Society Innovation Network ( was established on December 12, 2019 by Governor Michael Dukakis, Internet pioneer Nguyen Anh Tuan, M.I.T. professors Nazli Choucri and Alex Pentland, Harvard professors Thomas Patterson and David Silbersweig, and Northeastern University professor Christo Wilson.

This effort is sponsored by the Boston Global Forum, Michael Dukakis Institute, the Government of Massachusetts, and MIT, and mentored by distinguished thinkers such as the father of Internet Vint Cerf, father of Bayesian networks Judea Pearl, father of soft power theory Joseph Nye, and by former presidents and prime ministers who are members of the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid. is a network of distinguished innovators and scholars to build AI World Society (AIWS) and the United Nations Centennial Initiative – the Age of Global Enlightenment.

 The History of Artificial Intelligence (HAI) at

The History of AI (HAI) recognizes and discusses historical events, achievements, and figures in AI. The AI Chronicle, updated monthly, and The History of AI House, both online and physical at Novaworld Phan Thiet, Vietnam.

The HAI Board is chaired by Governor Michael Dukakis, with Professor Nazli Choucri (MIT), Prime Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Professor Ole Molvig (Vanderbilt University), Tuan Anh Nguyen (Michael Dukakis Institute), Professor Thomas Patterson (Harvard University), Professor Judea Pearl (UCLA), Professor Alex Pentland (MIT), Professor David Silbersweig (Harvard University), and President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Latvia, Dr. Lorraine Kisselburgh (Chair of ACM’s Global Technology Policy Council), Professor Randall Davis (Associate Director of MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (1993-1998)), Edward Feigenbaum (Kumagai Professor of Computer Science and Co-Scientific Director, Knowledge Systems Laboratory at Stanford University) and Professor Caroline A. Jones (MIT), as members.