Orange teams up with gender equality NGO Arborus on charter for inclusive artificial intelligence

Wednesday 22 April 2020 | 08:55 CET | News
Orange is one of the first signatories of an international charter aimed at supporting non-discriminatory artificial intelligence within companies. The organisation behind the initiative, Arborus, described the seven commitments within the charter as a framework of trust for the design and use of AI systems, and said that the next step would be to create a new standard under the 'GEEIS-AI' label (Gender Equality European & International Standard for AI).

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Companies: Orange
Countries: World
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