AI Alliance launches to advance open, safe, responsible AI

Dec 9, 2023 | Boston University, IBM, News

Red Hat Research is delighted by the potential for new opportunities suggested by the launch of the AI Alliance, which brings leading organizations across industry, academia, research, and government together to foster an open community. Through its partnership with the Mass Open Cloud (MOC) Alliance, Red Hat Research supports open source production cloud services for AI researchers and developers. According to MOC Alliance director Orran Krieger, the MOC’s production cloud platform is “an exciting match for the AI Alliance’s mission of advancing open, transparent AI.”

IBM and Meta launched the AI Alliance in collaboration with over 50 founding members and collaborators globally including AMD, Anyscale, CERN, Cerebras, Cleveland Clinic, Cornell University, Dartmouth, Dell Technologies, EPFL, ETH, Hugging Face, Imperial College London, Intel, INSAIT, Linux Foundation, MLCommons, MOC Alliance operated by Boston University and Harvard University, NASA, NSF, Oracle, Partnership on AI, Red Hat, Roadzen, ServiceNow, Sony Group, Stability AI, University of California Berkeley, University of Illinois, University of Notre Dame, The University of Tokyo, Yale University and others.

The goal of the AI Alliance is to enable developers and researchers to accelerate responsible innovation in AI while ensuring scientific rigor, trust, safety, security, diversity, and economic competitiveness. By bringing together leading developers, scientists, academic institutions, companies, and other innovators, the AI Alliance will pool resources and knowledge to address safety concerns, while providing a platform for sharing and developing solutions that fit the needs of researchers, developers, and adopters around the world.

Learn More about the AI Alliance 

AI Alliance []

Read the full press release []

IBM and Meta Launch the AI Alliance with MOC Alliance as Founding Member, Mass Open Cloud, December 5, 2023 []

Embracing the future: Red Hat’s commitment to the AI Alliance, Steven Huels, Red Hat, December 5, 2023 []

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