Infosys launches responsible AI suite

Infosys Australia

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Monday, 04 March, 2024

Infosys launches responsible AI suite

Infosys has launched a suite of responsible AI offerings as part of its Infosys Topaz range of generative AI services, solutions and platforms.

The new Infosys Topaz Responsible AI Suite is a set of solutions based on the Scan, Shield and Steer framework. They include solutions to help identify an organisation’s overall AI risk posture, legal obligations and vulnerabilities.

The range also includes solutions focused on helping organisations build technical guardrails, checks and accelerators across the AI lifecycle, as well as advisory and consulting services designed to support strong and effective AI governance for innovation.

The suite of services will also be supported by an ecosystem of technology partners and think tanks via the Responsible AI Coalition, which will bring together startups, cloud service providers and technology partners with a common goal of advancing responsible use of AI.

The coalition will also lead a special working group of academicians, influencers, policymakers and industry leaders tasked with shaping new industry standards in the responsible AI space.

Infosys also operates the Infosys Topaz RAI office, which is responsible for looking into different facets of ethical aspects of AI like transparency, fairness, privacy, security and compliance.

Infosys EVP and Global Services Head for AI and Industry Verticals Balakrishna D.R. said the ethical dimensions of AI have been top of mind for enterprises worldwide. “Responsible and ethical AI deployment is a business imperative as technology evolves,” he said. “At Infosys, we recognise the critical need for fostering responsible AI and not merely as a set of principles but as actionable steps. Infosys Topaz Responsible AI Suite is a significant stride in helping our clients better manage their AI-first journey. Together with the Infosys RAI office, we affirm our commitment to advancing the ethos of responsible AI, providing enterprises with the necessary tools and expertise for ethical AI implementation.”

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