The South African Artificial Intelligence Association (SAAIA) seeks to encourage stakeholders in the adoption of responsible AI for the commercial and societal benefit of the citizens of South Africa with a primary focus on regulation, economic growth, trade, investment, fairness, equality and inclusivity.
South Africa has launched a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) association that aims to encourage the adoption of responsible AI for the commercial and societal beneﬁt of all South Africans.
The new body is called the South African Artificial Intelligence Association (SAAIA) and will focus on economic growth, trade, investment, equality and inclusivity through the use of AI.
The founding Advisory Board members are derived from a diverse range of organisations, including:
Data Economy Policy Hub (DepHUB);
Technology Innovation Agency;
Tshwane University of Technology;
Western Cape Government; and
The SAAIA mission is to engage both individuals and organisations, novices and experts, those who are connected and not connected so no one is left behind, said the association.
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