Adessium Foundation joins the European AI & Society Fund

We are excited and honoured to announce that the Adessium Foundation has joined the European AI & Society Fund as a funding partner. Adessium Foundation is committed to help build a society in which people live in harmony with each other and their environment, through supporting organisations that create lasting positive change.

Adessium brings their rich experience of supporting public interest journalism, good public governance, and responsible digitisation.


Martijn Roos, Programme Manager for Public Interest at Adessium Foundation:


Society is digitalizing at a rapid pace, and this development affects nearly every aspect of our lives. By joining the European AI & Society Fund, Adessium Foundation wants to contribute to the conditions that are necessary for a responsible digital society.


Through this partnership, Adessium will be enabling civil society organisations in Europe to do public interest work on artificial intelligence, shaping the direction and impact it’s having on people and society. With AI advancing day by day and companies racing to be the first ones to put new products out in the market, public interest work on AI is now more important than ever before.

We are very happy to welcome Adessium Foundation as the 14th member of our growing ecosystem of partners to help build approaches that are people-centred and deliver positive change.  We are looking forward to working closely together over the coming years.

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