OCEANIS announced today the launch of the Global AI Standards Repository. This repository is the world’s first centralized, open and transparent notification system that captures AI and Autonomous and Intelligent Systems standards and standards in progress from Standards Developing Bodies around the world. View the Repository or submit to the Repository. 

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In the case of healthcare, medical devices and systems can help save lives and improve quality of life for people living with different conditions and diseases. Machine learning, natural language processing and image recognition facilitate the monitoring, analysis, diagnosis and treatment of patients. However, there are some new concerns around the management, privacy and security […]

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CIO Strategy Council published a new National Standard of Canada that will help organizations design and implement responsible artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. The new standards sets international benchmarks for the ethical design and use of automated decision systems. Read more: https://ciostrategycouncil.com/2019/10/cio-strategy-council-publishes-national-standard-of-canada-for-automated-decision-systems/

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Over the last century, automation has advanced in many industries. More recently people must work with non-human entities, which increasingly use artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. In manufacturing plants, programmed robotic arms and humans work in close proximity side by side. Transport uses more and more automated systems. Self-driving vehicles deploy advanced driver assistance systems, while […]

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Reliable, Safe, Secure, and Time-Deterministic Intelligent Systems Special Technical Community (STC) will bring together experts in all related technologies required in this multi-topical field with the goal of moving toward an autonomous and intelligent world. https://www.computer.org/communities/special-technical-communities

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The European Commission High-Level Group on AI invites all stakeholders to provide feedback on the Ethics Guidelines’ Trustworthy AI assessment list. The piloting phase will be open until 01 December 2019: The European Commission High-Level Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG) invites all stakeholders to provide feedback on the ‘Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI’, published in April […]

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On 26 June 2019, the European Commission High-Level Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG) published a report on Policy and Investment Recommendations for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence putting forward 33 recommendations that can help guide Trustworthy AI towards sustainability, growth and competitiveness, as well as inclusion while protecting human beings. This comes pursuant to the first publication of the AI […]

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a Request for Information (RFI) on the current state, plans, challenges, and opportunities related to artificial intelligence (AI) technical standards, as well as priority areas for federal involvement in AI standards-related activities.  NIST’s request comes pursuant to the February 11, 2019, Executive Order (EO) on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial […]

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The Ethics Guidelines on Artificial Intelligence (AI) developed by the European Commission’s High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on AI were published together with a European Commission Communication presenting the guidelines on 9 April. Relevant documents can be found at the following links:  AI Ethics Guidelines – https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/news-redirect/648305  AI new definition – https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/definition-artificial-intelligence-main-capabilities-and-scientific-disciplines  AI communication – https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/news-redirect/648304

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