Timo Honkela provided an overview in his talk "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Service of the Good. Professors Liisa Tiittula (University of Helsinki) and Mikko Kurimo (Aalto University) provided views on how to help people with disabilities to follow media. Tiittula as an expert in interpretation and Kurimo as an expert in speech technology described how modern technology can be made to create speech-to.text services, to facitate content description and to facilate communication in general in the case of various disabilties. Professor of language technology Jörg Tiedemann (University of Helsinki) explained how advances in machine translation have made it possible to cross language borders. The coverage of the services have grown significantly thanks to the data driven approached used. Dr. Jaakko Hollmén (Aalto University) described methods used in intelligent data analysis based on machine learning. He used the health of the environment and of people as case studies. Dr. Krista Lagus (University of Helsinki) provided her insights on how data driven approaches can be used to promote wellbeing. Dr. Jorma Laaksonen (Aalto University) explained how machines that have vision can be used to help us.