All the contents curated and shared on The Good AI website aim to bring awareness, inform, educate, connect people, and nurture projects using Artificial Intelligence for Good and/or contribute to build a framework for a responsible use of AI.
We focus mainly on areas where AI can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals :
Accessibility, Biology & Life Sciences, Culture & Arts, Cybersecurity, Democracy & Civil Rights, Diversity & Inclusion, Earth, Education, Energy, Ethics & Trust, Food Security & Agriculture, Governing & Public Sector, Health & Well-Being, Human Rights, Information, Internet Safety, Justice, Mobility, Policy & Regulation, Peace & Geopolitics, Security, Work & Economic Growth.
The Good AI is a collaborative venture :
- We encourage our readers to suggest any resource they think can help. A link is available at the bottom of Education, Community and Events pages.
- We work with an international team of brilliant contributors who share our vision and provide high-level analysis and insights.
We reserve the right not to publish contents that do not align with our editorial policy or do not respect our ethical standards. We would like to remind you that the opinions expressed in the publications are strictly those of the authors.
We believe Artificial Intelligence should be used for the greater good of society and promote fairness, equity and inclusion. These are also the principles and values that we want to apply and promote every day.
Diversity & Inclusion
Diversity & Inclusion are deeply rooted into our DNA.
Being able to gather people with different gender, backgrounds and experience is not only a must-have to bring the world closer together thanks to AI, but a real privilege that we cherish every day.
The Good AI is committed to building a diverse team of people and contributors while creating an inclusive culture of respect, openness and care.
We equally undertake to show a fair and diverse representation of people and talent on our website.
We attempt to curate and share content (news, publications, courses, programs, guidelines, toolkits, organizations, projects, people, talent and jobs) without influence from our partners and members.
The Good AI contributors commit to avoiding potential conflict of interest or receiving gifts in return for coverage. The Good AI contributors who plagiarise or knowingly provide false information for publication will not be tolerated.
We reserve the right to refuse or delete any contents that do not respect our editorial policy or our ethical standards.
Current contributors are listed on our Contributors page.
These guidelines are reviewed and updated regularly