Global Alliance on AI

for Industry & Manufacturing

Our Mission

UNIDO launches AIM Global to catalyze international partnerships across governments, industry, private sector, academia and civil society, committed to the responsible development and deployment of AI and frontier technologies in industry and manufacturing. The Alliance strives to redirect the trajectory of technological advancement towards shared progress and reduced digital divide by advancing industrial competitiveness, sustainable development, while ensuring fair and responsible access to AI’s benefits across countries and industries.

Our Vision

We envision a global landscape where Artificial Intelligence becomes a driving force for sustainable and inclusive development, in alignment with the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). AIM Global stands at the forefront of efforts committed to securing a future where technological advancements go beyond mere competitive considerations. By serving a universal and ethical purpose, these advancements reflect UNIDO’s principles of multi-stakeholder collaboration, progress by innovation, and inclusive growth.

It is our shared responsibility to ensure that advancements in the field of AI are made in a manner that is safe, ethical, sustainable and inclusive. AIM Global recognizes the importance of bridging the digital divide between nations and industries, ensuring that no one is left behind in the AI revolution. AIM Global will be at the forefront of shaping the AI landscape. Let us work collaboratively to build a future where AI is a force for good, where its benefits are accessible to all, and where innovation thrives in harmony with our shared values.

Vital Technology

AI is igniting a technological revolution that holds immense potential to transform various areas of economic activity and bridge the digital divide. Focusing on ethics, human-centricity and equitable access to such technology and expertise, AIM Global ensures that the benefits of cutting-edge technologies reach industries and regions that might otherwise be left behind.

International partnerships

Challenges from AI adoption call for diverse international partnership modalities involving governments, industries, private sector, academia, and non-governmental entities. AIM Global serves as a unique collaboration platform that transcends geographic and sectoral boundaries, focusing on key objectives, such as ethical AI, data protection, bridging the digital divide, and promoting equitable growth.

Reinforced Competitiveness

AI can foster a balanced blend of progress and inclusiveness across a wide range of sectors, including manufacturing, agriculture, healthcare, education, and urban development. By enhancing efficiency, innovation, and sustainability, it can generate opportunities for growth, ultimately leading to a more competitive position on the international stage.

Latest News

AI & 5G: UNIDO’s Global Alliance on AI at MWC’24

Barcelona, Spain – February 26, 2024 – The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) hosted a dynamic roundtable discussion at the Mobile World Congress 2024, delving into the symbiotic relationship between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 5G technology in advancing industrial digitalization. Titled “AIM Global Roundtable: AI and 5G Advanced Implementation,”

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Driving Positive Change: School of Global Governance ( SGG) at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) Joins AIM Global in Shaping the Future of AI in Industry

Beijing – Feb 6, 2024 – SGG has joined AIM Global, the Global Alliance on Artificial Intelligence for Industry and Manufacturing. This strategic collaboration reflects our commitment to advancing safe, sustainable, and inclusive use of AI in industry and manufacturing.  Guided by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), AIM Global promotes

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Driving Positive Change: GO TO INNOVATION INTELLIGENCE Joins AIM Global in Shaping the Future of Al in Industry

Spain -01/02/2024-Go To Innovation Intelligence has joined AIM Global, the Global Alliance on Artificial Intelligence for Industry and Manufacturing. This strategic collaboration reflects our commitment to advancing safe, sustainable, and inclusive use of Al in industry and manufacturing.Guided by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), AIM Global promotes the

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