Our Mission:

The Good AI Org's mission is to empower every human to contribute by spreading awareness, facilitating engagement and inspiring actions towards ethical aspects of AI.

The Good AI org is a Washington based organisation. The purpose of the organisation is to drive awareness and consciousness towards transparency in artificial intelligence (AI).

As AI becomes a fundamental tool in the delivery of public services, as well as healthcare and business decisions, there are potential ethical issues to consider. An ML (Machine Learning) model predicting whether someone is more likely than another to buy a product may not need to be understood in depth. However, a life-changing decision on mortgage eligibility requires careful assessment by the lender, and a degree of transparency in how decisions are arrived at. 

In near future, we could start to see AI used in making predictions on criminal recidivism, potentially informing decisions on probation, as well as deciding whether a patient should receive a drug, and in what quantity. When it comes to decisions like these, it’s vital that the behavior of the AI is properly understood and potential mistakes are avoided (for obvious reasons). 

 There could be circumstances where the decision that is made with the aid of an algorithm is so important there may be circumstances where you may insist on that level of explainability or intelligibility from the outset.

The Good AI org will focus on finding various ways of restraining AI’s potential to make incorrect decisions. Together, we will be evaluating possibilities to build rules into the technology at the outset to prevent poor decision-making. Our goal would be to drive awareness  & suggest ideas such as, when choosing solutions to implement, it’s crucial that leaders take this into consideration, asking themselves whether the technology allows for human insights to be built in, thereby paving the way for common sense outcomes. 

The Good AI, an Introduction

Vikram Modgil talking about The Good AI org and its mission and vision to help create awareness, facilitate engagements and drive actions towards ethics and trustworthy AI.

We are raising money for our pitch presentations, you can contribute here:  https://www.gofundme.com/Support-TheGoodAI or contact us!

About Us

Join Us


We are constantly looking to engage with AI universe of business executive, leaders, professionals, & students who are pioneering business solutions leveraging AI across industries and are looking to support the transparency ethical AI. We host meet-up groups every third Wednesday of each month in Seattle,WA and will be opening up more locations nationwide and worldwide. Most members are business,education, technology, legal or non-profit leaders focused on infusing AI into enterprise products & services. Join our monthly meet up here: 

Help expand further


Our community is growing rapidly and we have many new members each month. Contact us if you have any questions on format, agenda, participation or sponsorship.

Become a Regular


We host a meet-up every third Wednesday of each month. We host our meet-ups at various venues so please subscribe & RSVP for recurring events on our meetup events page.

Our next event is on 9th October 2019 at 6:00 PM at The Collective


3rd wednesdays

Monthly meeting

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Collective, 400 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Event Details

3rd wednesdays

Monthly meeting

Come meet the members of our community. Learn how you can get involved in our activities.

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Collective, 400 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Contact Us

Tell us about yourself!

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Are you outside of Seattle and Do you want to be a host and organize the meetups in your city? Drop us a line, and we will help make it happen.

The Good AI Org

The Collective, 400 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98109, United States

(425) 669-9933


Files are password protected. Please drop us a line to request password

TheGoodAI - Overview - 20-March-2019 (pdf)