IEEE welcomes input into its Ethics Certification Program for AIS use case paper on Contact Tracing Applications and Contact Tracing Technologies (CTA/CTT). This use case exhibits an initial set of the ECPAIS criteria applied to CTA/CTT. Realizing that the use case and, consequently the criteria by proxy, may be improved with input from a larger set of experts […]

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OCEANIS member, AI Global, has launched an open source Responsible AI Design Assistant to help organizations around the world who are designing and developing AI systems to ensure they are built in a responsible way from the start. To learn more about the Design Assistant and the work of AI Global, go to: https://bit.ly/2WbGuUs

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During its IEEE Standards Association Standards Board (SASB) virtual meeting on 3 June 2020, the IEEE SASB approved two new Artificial Intelligence Systems (AIS)-related initiatives: The IEEE Applied Artificial Intelligence Systems (AIS) Risk and Impact Framework Initiative and The IEEE Trusted Data and AIS Playbook for Finance Initiative. In accordance with the evolving regulation around […]

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The Shanghai Institute of Science recently published the AI Governance in 2019 A Year in Review: Observations From 50 Global Experts report. The report was contributed by 50 experts from 44 institutions, including AI scientists, academic researchers, industry representatives, policy experts and others, and covers a wide range of regional developments and perspectives, including those in Asia, […]

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On 26 February, the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) announced a call for companies, governments, public bodies and other interested stakeholders to participate in the second phase of ECPAIS work by leading initiatives applying any of the three certification criteria developed in the first phase of work that are focused on transparency, accountability and algorithmic bias in vertical industries. 

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On 14 January 2020, the Norwegian government launched a national strategy for artificial intelligence (AI) highlighting, among others, the importance of international standards for ensuring a responsible and trustworthy use of AI. Download the full report at: https://www.regjeringen.no/contentassets/1febbbb2c4fd4b7d92c67ddd353b6ae8/en-gb/pdfs/ki-strategi_en.pdf

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The Open Community on Ethics in Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (OCEANIS) announced today that Canada’s CIO Strategy Council will succeed the IEEEs Standards Association (IEEE SA) as Secretariat in 2020.   As an open global community, OCEANIS addresses the need for coordination and collaboration among standards setting bodies and related organizations to the unprecedented challenges […]

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On 11 December 2019, the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (AI) released its AI Index Report 2019 which tracks, collates, distills, and visualizes data relating to AI aiming to provide unbiased, rigorously-vetted data for policymakers, researchers, executives, journalists, and the general public to develop intuitions about the complex field of AI: https://hai.stanford.edu/news/introducing-ai-index-2019-report Download the full […]

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OCEANIS published today a Think Piece entitled ‘Role of Standards in Facilitating Innovation while Addressing Ethics and Value in Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS)’ intended for SDOs, governments and organizations contributing to the engineering of dependability and trustworthiness of A/IS as they develop and standardize technical solutions. Download the Think Piece (PDF)

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The IOT Solutions World Congress 2019 held in Barcelona in October, attracted over 16,000 attendees and 300 expert speakers, who explored the latest Industrial IoT innovations, delving into six themes: connected transport, manufacturing, energy, healthcare, buildings and infrastructure, and open industry, as well as two forums, AI and Cognitive Systems and Blockchain. Wael William Diab, Chair, IEC […]

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