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AI Meets Ethics: Making Tech Work for Everyone

Robert Engels
Feb 8, 2024

We’re at a big turning point with tech.

 Mixing AI with good values is super important. But how do AI, doing the right thing, and trust all connect?
IMHO being ethical and trustworthy in AI is key to making cool, responsible stuff. The choices we make with AI now will affect our future a lot. It’s not just about smart machines, but about making sure they fit our values.
Naturally (?) Capgemini gets how big AI is for everyone. We’re really committed to making AI the right way – it’s a big part of our plan. We use AI to make things that are good for everyone, clear, and fair. That’s also the reason we have the Capgemini AI Lab.
We’re chasing ethical AI by following and contributing to top industry standards. We don’t see ethical issues as roadblocks, but as chances to be more creative. Adding these good values to AI means less risk and more trust from users and everyone involved.
With new AI tech coming up, it’s even more important to stick to our good values. We’re leading the conversation on AI. We’re pushing for AI that’s ethical, respects everyone’s differences, keeps things private, and is fair.
I’m calling all leaders and thinkers to talk about AI and doing the right thing. Let’s create a future where AI makes life better and stays true to our values. Together, we can make a world powered by AI that we’ll be proud to pass on.

Meet the author

Robert Engels

Vice President, CTIO Capgemini I&D North and Central Europe | Head of Generative AI Lab
Robert is an innovation lead and a thought leader in several sectors and regions, and holds the position of Chief Technology Officer for Northern and Central Europe in our Insights & Data Global Business Line. Based in Norway, he is a known lecturer, public speaker, and panel moderator. Robert holds a PhD in artificial intelligence from the Technical University of Karlsruhe (KIT), Germany.