Ada-AI is non-profit organization and global community working to ensure that AI and other emerging technologies are developed and adopted in ways that are inclusive and equitable. Our mission is to foster greater participation and representation in AI so that the technologies we use work for all of us, not just a privileged few.
A STEAM School in Afghanistan
Following the appearance of The All-girl Afghan Robotics team on stage at WSAI , Roya Mahboob, Sarah Porter and founding partners Ada-AI and Digital Citizen Fund built a high school in Afghanistan that provides students with critical technical skills and exposure to emerging technologies and AI.
International Day of the Girl
Sarah Porter’s 12-year-old daughter Amelia opened WSAI introducing the Inspiring Juniors on stage for International Day of the Girl.
Fondation Botnar challenge
Yapli became one of the winners of the #thebotnarchallenge through a design workshop we hosted, aimed at fostering collaboration between young people in Europe and Tanzania to find innovative solutions to improve the health and wellbeing of young people in Tanzania.
Workshop with the UN
We hosted the UN Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation and workshop at WSAI18, focusing on shaping values for our future with AI. Outcome of the workshop led them to develop a list of values and principles around AI that they will bring to the high level panel to inform their recommendations, including a report for the UN Secretary General and wider public.
African Alliance of Digital Health Networks at Intelligent Health 2018
We created a partnership with the African Alliance which works to ensure that African countries have the support and resources needed to develop strong digital health systems and hosted a delegation of 12 African scientists to Intelligent Health in Basel.
Launch of AI commons
Inspired Minds joined AI commons as a founding partner, a universal platform to encourage the democratisation of AI. Other founding partners include Yoshua Bengio, Francesca Rossi, Stuart Russell and many more.