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Celebrating women at the forefront of AI and climate change

We at Capgemini believe that AI has the potential to bring about positive change and help address some of the world’s most pressing challenges, including climate change.

As a leading global consulting, technology, and outsourcing services company, Capgemini is committed to using its expertise in AI and sustainability to help clients and partners create a more sustainable future.

Capgemini continues to lead the way in sustainability as it sponsors the AI in Climate award category of the Women in AI Awards for the second year in a row.


Committed to celebrating and rewarding women who are at the forefront of AI to combat climate change, we are excited to be the lead sponsor of the AI in Climate award category at the Women in AI Awards 2023 – Asia-Pacific, for the second consecutive year.

Congratulations to our winner Kam Lin Mah for her outstanding work in the field of AI – evaluating potential risk on climate elements and ESG compliance criteria for green financing in financial institutions (especially on agricultural, mining, and real estate) and cities/ town planning frameworks. 

The Women in AI Awards celebrate the achievements of outstanding women in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and their contributions towards creating a better future for all.

The AI in Climate award category recognizes women who are making a significant impact in the field of climate change through the application of AI. The use of AI in climate change can help create more sustainable solutions and mitigate the adverse effects of climate change.

As a responsible business, we are determined to challenge technology boundaries, to create a material impact in society for a sustainable future. We are delighted to continue our collaboration with WAI in the “AI in Climate” domain and acknowledge the exceptional women who are paving the way in AI to drive significant progress toward combatting climate change.”

Malliga Krishnan, VP and Head of Insights & Data, Capgemini ANZ

By sponsoring the AI in Climate award category, we are determined to raise awareness of the importance of AI in addressing climate change and recognize the contributions of women in this field. Capgemini is excited to support the Women in AI Awards and its mission to promote gender diversity and inclusivity in the field of AI.

We are delighted to partner with WAI and Jewelrock team and support their goal of working towards inclusive AI that benefits global society. Enjoy listening to the below podcasts as our experts speak on various AI topics, its evolution, growth, what the future holds for all of us, and how a diverse team will impact the growth of this technology in the future, across industries. 

Episode 1 – The future of AI technologies and the responsible application of AI

The quantum and breadth of AI is rapidly evolving, so much so, we are observing the role of humans dramatically transform. Malliga Krishnan, VP and Head of Insights & Data, Capgemini ANZ shares her journey of pursuing a career in AI, her observations of critical business impacts and her passion to raise the bar for more responsible application of AI.
Podcast recorded with Natalie Rouse, General Manager, Eliiza

Episode 2 – Improving outcomes across industries with AI

Artificial intelligence is disrupting almost every industry, working to improve both business and societal outcomes. Frank Windoloski, EVP, and Head of Insights and Data at Capgemini APAC outlined some of the use cases for AI based on sector and how a diverse workforce ensures a broader set of thoughts, ultimately delivering more success and business value.
Podcast recorded with Velvet – Belle Templeman– Commercial Editor- ITnews & Digital Nation Australia

Episode 3 – Let’s talk about AI and Diversity

Born in a village in North China, Dr. Wenjuan Chen has had a long run of experiences. A data scientist now, Wenjuan stresses the fact that diversity ensures we reduce bias in AI algorithms and feeds the ecosystem of innovation.
Tune in now to her conversation with Nicci Rossouw, CEO Exaptec.

The awards ceremony will take place on June 16, 2023 in Sydney. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of the winners and nominees in the AI in Climate award category and the other award categories.

Join us in recognizing and celebrating the exceptional women who are making a difference in the field of AI and climate change. Follow us on social media to stay up to date with the latest news and updates.