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"Responsible AI and Ethics" Conference in Kumasi, Ghana

The "Responsible AI and Ethics - A Panacea to Digital Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa" held recently in Kumasi, Ghana, was a resounding success with some of the best experts in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) ethics in Africa attending. We are very pleased that our Co-Founders Dr. Alexander Kriebitz and Dr. Raphael Max were also speakers at this conference.



The conference, held March 13-14, 2023, in Kumasi, Ghana, attracted experts and stakeholders from across the country to discuss the latest developments and trends in AI ethics.


Alexander focused his presentation on the importance of human rights when dealing with artificial intelligence. In particular, the application areas of health and autonomous driving were discussed. Here, the latest software applications that can make diagnoses faster and more accurate and improve treatment options were analyzed. He explained that AI can also help develop personalized medicine and treatments to achieve better outcomes for patients.


Raphael emphasized in his presentation that AI has tremendous potential to help solve societal problems such as unemployment, pollution, and health issues. He emphasized that the increasing use of machine learning applications in the financial sector is helping to optimize workflows and make companies more competitive, but on the other hand, there are behavioral biases that can be measured and have ethical relevance.



We are proud that our experts were invited to this important conference and that they were able to share their insights and experiences with others. Participating in conferences like this allows us to stay current and continuously expand our expertise in AI. As an ethics consultancy, we feel that consultancy services on digital ethics and artificial intelligence ethics are increasingly in demand.


If you would like to find out more about our work on digital ethics topics, we would be delighted to hear from you.


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