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

Spain, 1 February, 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 responsible development and deployment of Al and frontier technologies. Aligned with the UN Secretary-General’s Our Common Agenda, AIM Global shapes a digital future that is open, secure, and beneficial to all.

Al technologies are transforming industry and manufacturing, offering unprecedented opportunities for increased efficiency, productivity, and sustainability. However, the adoption of these technologies also brings ethical considerations, privacy concerns, and the imperative for inclusivity. As a new member, Go To Innovation Intelligence is excited to contribute to AIM Global’s mission of unlocking the full potential of Al for industry.

Go to Innovation Intelligence provides consultancy services to public institutions and private companies to innovate effectively and efficiently. Through a tailored approach, the right partners and stakeholders are engaged to create meaningful collaboration and sustain the deployment of scalable solutions, by adopting responsible innovation and Al. A deep knowledge on standardization, at international and European levels, reflecting an intensive participation in several technical committees, makes Go To Innovation a unique partner to accelerate the positive and ethical impact of Al, anticipating and managing risks and contributing to the SDG goals.

“Go To Innovation Intelligence is excited to join AIM Global, where forward-thinking partners collaborate to harness the power of Al responsibly,” said Belen Suarez, CEO. “By being part of this community, we anticipate collaborative opportunities, innovative solutions, and a shared vision for the ethical and effective application of Al to unfold during this exciting journey.”

For media inquiries or further information, contact:
Belen Suarez at belensuarez@gotoinnovation.eu

About AIM Global

AIM Global fosters collaboration for responsible Al in industry and manufacturing. The alliance focuses on research, skills development, ethical guidelines, and policy recommendations to address challenges and opportunities in the evolving Al landscape. For those interested in learning more about AIM Global, please visit the website at: http://aim.unido.org

For those interested in learning more about SGG, please visit the website at: http://www.gotoinnovation.eu/http://www.gotoinnovation.eu/


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