We create intelligent, ethical and scalable technologies for a better, fairer world.
On a mission to help 100 million people by solving
some of the toughest challenges facing humanity.
Artificial Intelligence, the technology that has helped us see the deepest, darkest secrets of the universe, can also be a force for good. It can be a tool to help address some of the toughest challenges facing society today.
At AI for Good, we work with some of the most influential organisations in the world, from Governments and United Nations, all the way to businesses and local communities, to ensure that they have access to the best technologies to change the world for good.
rAInbow: Preventing domestic abuse and violence
Powered by AI, rAInbow provides a non-judgemental and safe environment to prevent and detect early signs of abuse.
SnehAI: A digital companion designed for adolescents
Providing sexual and reproductive health in an accessible way. Delivered one million consultations in North India.
Factory of the future: A series of public art and theatre
In partnership with the University of Cambridge: a series of public installations highlighting the hidden impact of data and algorithmic decisions on the future.
AI Ethics and Policy
Leading global voice on AI ethics and its impact on society
Working closely with technologists, advising governmental institutions and businesses on the implications of AI on the wider society.
Young people trained to build AI applications for Social Good
People reached through talks and videos to create the movement
International media articles about AI for Good products
High impact projects in 5 countries
International awards won
Kriti Sharma, Founder
AI for Good was founded by Kriti Sharma following the inaugural Obama Foundation Summit in 2017. Kriti is an AI technologist and a leading global voice on AI ethics and its impact on society. She was named in the Forbes 30 under 30 list for advancements in AI and was included in the Recode 100 list of people who made the most impact in 2017. She is a Google Grace Hopper Scholar and serves as an advisor to the UK Government and the United Nations.
Alice is Managing Director at AI for Good. Prior to joining AI for Good, Alice was Head of Privacy and AI Ethics at a synthetic data company called Hazy. As part of Big Innovation Centre, she coordinated the cross-party parliamentary group on AI - APPG AI, helping the UK Government to address ethical implications and design new standards for applying machine learning in commercial, political and social areas. Alice is also the UK ambassador for Techfugees, the social enterprise coordinating the tech community response to the needs of refugees.
Product Manager for rAInbow
At Ai for Good, Vittoria focuses her Communications on the juncture of Artificial Intelligence and government, with a particular interest in environmental policies areas, as she wrote her research paper on how to lower the Carbon Emission Footprint in London. Her dissertation was focused on the existence of a Democratic Ethos and the way societies could make democracy more valuable. Prior to joining AI for Good, Vittoria worked at Bank of China, as a Commodities and Private Equity Intern, where she focused on market analysis and budget restructuring.
What people are saying about us
"After the Obama Foundation Summit, Kriti went home and started AI for Good. People like Kriti occupy a space that isn’t widely thought about, which is why her work is so revolutionary. She’s successfully married her expertise in the digital world to her desire to create civic change. And she’s not bound by the belief that in order to make a difference in her community, she has to follow a template like going to law school or running for office. She recognizes that making a difference starts where your interests lie and building upon them.
As President Obama would say, she’s focused less on what she wants to BE and more on what she wants to DO."
Sir Richard Branson
AI and ethics are no longer a theoretical debate. AI is all around us, in our work and our personal lives:
@sharma_kriti 100% #HumanAtWork
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5. We may collect the following Data, which includes personal Data, from you:
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e. Right to data portability - the right to request that we move, copy or transfer your Data.
f. Right to object - the right to object to our use of your Data including where we use it for our legitimate interests.
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24. In the above instances, we will take steps with the aim of ensuring your privacy is protected.
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01 January 2018