AI Ethics

We are committed to developing ethical AI software

We are committed to developing ethical AI software

At Merantix Labs, we believe AI is a technology that we can use to address and help solve many of today’s and tomorrow’s challenges to people, businesses and society.

We are convinced the benefits of AI should be accessible to everyone. Delivering only the technological capabilities of AI is not enough though – we also have an important responsibility to ensure that AI is safe and inclusive for all. We take that responsibility seriously and are committed to providing our employees, customers, and partners with the tools they need to develop and use AI safely, accurately, and ethically.

View Our Ethics Guidelines
Our Ethics Guidelines

We are committed to developing  
safe, ethical, and inclusive AI


We will seek to ensure that AI technologies benefit and empower as many people as possible.


We will educate and listen to the public and actively engage stakeholders to seek their feedback on our focus, inform them of our work, and address their questions.
We are committed to open research and dialogue on the ethical, social, economic, and legal implications of AI.


We believe that AI research and development efforts need to be actively engaged with and accountable to a broad range of stakeholders.
We will engage with and have representation from stakeholders in the business community to help ensure that domain-specific concerns and opportunities are understood and addressed.


We will work to maximize the benefits and address the potential challenges of AI technologies, by:
Working to protect the privacy and security of individuals.
Striving to understand and respect the interests of all parties that may be impacted by AI advances.
Working to ensure that AI research and engineering communities remain socially responsible, sensitive, and engaged directly with the potential influences of AI technologies on wider society.
Ensuring that AI research and production is robust, reliable, trustworthy, and operates within secure constraints.
Opposing development and use of AI technologies that would violate international conventions or human rights, and promoting safeguards and technologies that do no harm.


We believe that it is important for the operation of AI systems to be understandable and interpretable by people, for purposes of explaining the technology by:
Actively searching for discriminating bias in our AI systems
Providing visualisations and reports for explainability if appropriate.
We strive to create a culture of cooperation, trust, and openness among AI scientists and engineers to help us all better achieve these goals.