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The first international label for inclusive AI

The first international label for inclusive AI

Last September Arborus Endowement Fund - an association which aims to achieve gender equality between men and women in the world, and which PWN Paris is happy to count amongst our partners - launched the first international label for inclusive Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Watch the introduction video (in French) by Cristina Lunghi, Founder of Arborus:

The GEEIS-AI label is in line with the International Charter for an Inclusive AI2 launched on 21 April 2020 in partnership with the Orange Group. It was launched under the high patronage of the French Secretary of State for Digital Affairs Cedric O, d’Elisabeth Moreno, Minister in charge of gender equality and with the support of Delphine O, Ambassador and Secretary-General of the UN World Conference on Women, and Nicole Ameline, Vice-President of the UN CEDAW.

The GEEIS label is a tool that enables companies to measure their policies on professional equality and/or diversity from an inclusive perspective. In doing so, the GEEIS is a strategic structuring tool.

The audit of equal opportunity policies considered from an AI perspective represents a further step in the construction of an inclusive and ethical human resources management policy. Bureau Veritas Certification conducts audits of this label in France and internationally.

The GEEIS-AI label is an innovative tool in line with international recommendations on Women’s rights and equality, and with the major studies recently issued that advocate audits on these issues.

Cristina Lunghi, Founder of Arborus:

“I am glad about this GEEIS-AI launch. It is an additional step within our labelling instrument for gender equity. We offer a comprehensive tool grounded in human capital management in an inclusive dimension both on local and international scales. The AI has become a major challenge. We will take it up with GEEIS-AI.”

Marie-Laetitia Gourdin and Françoise Derolez, Co-Presidents of PWN Paris:

"The purpose of the label is to guarantee artificial intelligence designed, deployed and operated in a responsible and inclusive manner. We are delighted because it is through commitments such as this one that companies and organizations will be able to put in place concrete and visible actions so that stereotypes and old patterns do not recur."

For more info about GEEIS-AI see the press release below or click here.

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