Impact AI is a think and do tank that brings together different stakeholders: companies, private or public entities, research institutes and educational partners interested in AI. Our common goal is to deal with the ethical and societal challenges of AI and and support innovative projects with positive impact in the future.
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What do our members think?
We are committed, at Orange, for a responsible use of artificial intelligence. It is a powerful tool to improve our processes and to propose new services, in a sustainable way. We work constantly to make sense of the technologies and innovations we develop. By joining Impact AI, we are strengthening our commitment to the AI ecosystem to make this technology available for all.
Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Executive Innovation Director, Marketing and Technologies Orange
The goal at the highest level of the state is to make France a major player in AI and the report of Cédric Villani is a good start to achieve the big goal. Our country has many strengths to build upon, including the quality of its science education and its ability to train some of the brightest AI experts. It is everyone’s responsibility to support this ambition, and our participation in this collective initiative led by Microsoft, our historical partner, reflects our commitment. It is also a great opportunity in addition to the other initiatives aiming to develop the AI skills of our employees, our customers and technology partners, and students. In particular through our Accenture Strategic Business Analytics Chair at ESSEC and our academies, Accenture has helped develop the AI skills of over a thousand people in France in 2017.
Christian Nibourel, President of Accenture in France and Benelux
By partnering with the collective “Impact AI” alongside Microsoft, Capgemini will contribute to the deployment of artificial intelligence in France. We will support in particular the actions of training from the beginning to advanced knowledge in the field of the artificial intelligence, in order to discover and develop new talents essential to the turn the promises of the AI into operational reality.
Jérôme Simeon, General Application Services Director in France at Capgemini