Ethical Artificial Intelligent Systems for Humanity, Social Good and a Sustainable Future

Ethical Artificial Intelligent Systems for Humanity, Social Good and a Sustainable Future

Artificial Intelligence (AI), AI systems (AIS), Big Data, IoT and DML have incredible potential. Many of us only experience AI indirectly, through recommendation systems, chatbots and smart assistants like Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa. AI is playing an ever-increasing role in society around the globe. Applications are endless, from seemingly positive uses like task automation, language translation and advanced data processing, to more worrisome examples such as predictive policing, profiling of minorities, and the rise of so-called deep fakes.

eWorldwide Group has been researching and advocating for truly ethical AI, Big Data, IoT and DML that can serve humanity and deliver social good in a sustainable inclusive manner. We have also been raising awareness and driving global collaborations across governments, businesses, academia and civil society for the need of transparency, accountability on the diverse opportunities of AI, and their potential positive and negative impact on economies, societies and environment.

Without careful consideration, AI can compound the many challenges marginalised groups already experience, make existing problems worse, and accelerate climate change. At a minimum, ethical AI demands multi-sector stakeholder engagement, advocacy and mobilisation alongside policy reforms, standards and compliance.

Examples of Our Work

Launch of OIC Child Online Protection Handbook. Malaysia.

Chairperson and CEO, eWorldwide Group, officially launches the Child Online Protection Handbook for OIC Countries during the Cybersecurity Malaysia Conference, Malaysia.

eWorldwide Group signs MoU with Government of Malaysia

Chairperson and CEO, eWorldwide Group exchanges MoU with Deputy Minister Science, Technology and Innovation, Datuk Haji Fadillah bin Yusof to collaborate across the area of innovation and cybersecurityresilience, Malaysia.

International Cyber Security Conference. Malaysia

Chairperson and CEO, Professor Abbasi participated as a panelist during the Secure Digital City session where she emphasized the need for more public and private sector collaboration to create integratedstrategies and plans to ensure secure and robust digital cities for the future – International Cyber Security Conference, Malaysia, 2010 Receiving Award from Datuk Haji Fadillah bin […]


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