Online Responsible AI Panel: Tackling AI’s Environmental Challenge


Join the Green Software Foundation for this Panel featuring experts from our member organisations. RSVP now and we’ll update this page with the names of our speakers very soon.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful technology that can help solve many environmental challenges, such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, optimizing energy consumption, and conserving natural resources. However, AI also has an environmental impact of its own, increasing the demand for computing resources and electricity, which over the next few years could increase the carbon emissions of the software industry. How can we ensure that AI is used in a responsible and sustainable way, without compromising its benefits and potential?

In this online panel, experts from Green Software Foundation member organisations will share their insights and recommendations on how to make AI greener and more carbon aware. They will discuss topics such as:

  • In this online panel, AI Sustainability and Ethics experts will share their insights and perspective on how we can make AI greener and more carbon-aware. They will discuss topics such as:

  • The current state of green software and the challenges and opportunities for improving it

  • Practices and principles for designing, developing, and deploying AI systems to minimize their environmental impact

  • Available and required tools and methods for measuring and reporting the carbon footprint of AI systems and their components

  • The role of policy-makers, AI Sustainability Officers, researchers, and consumers in fostering a culture of environmental responsible AI

  • The role of individual contributors and sustainability groups in affecting change

The panel will also feature a live Q&A session where the audience can ask questions and interact with the speakers. Join us for this informative and engaging event and learn how we can tackle AI’s environmental challenge together.


Green Software – Houston



Date & Time

Oct. 5, 2023, 8 a.m. - Oct. 5, 2023, 9 a.m.



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