The goal of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Suitability Toolkit is to increase NGOs' internal expertise and capacity to evaluate, develop, procure, and use AI / Machine Learning (ML) in their work so they can make informed decisions, do their work better, anticipate issues that might arise from AI, and ensure that people in need are aware of the technologies that affect them and their communities.
This toolkit includes ‘AI Workshop for Nonprofits’ Facilitators Guide and Master Deck, and AI Suitability Framework.
The workshop and accompanying materials are designed to provide participants with an introductory overview of AI / ML capabilities and how to evaluate suitability of AI/ML for their programs and projects.
Leila Toplic (NetHope)
Steve Hellen (Catholic Relief Services)
Aubra Anthony and Amy Paul (USAID)
Amit Arun Gandhi (MIT)
Neil Sahota (UC Irvine)
NetHope AI Working Group members (global NGOs like Plan International, The Carter Center, and IRC)
NetHope technology partners (e.g. Microsoft, Google, Salesforce, IBM, Amazon Web Services)
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