Welcome to the fifteenth edition of our newsletter. Read on to find out what has been happening with the AI Standards Hub over the past few weeks.
Welcome to our regular newsletter. Read on to find out what has been happening with the AI Standards Hub over the past few weeks.
Upcoming event - BridgeAI: Introduction to the AI Standards Hub
Join us online on 28th July for an introductory webinar kicking off the AI Standards Hub’s involvement in BridgeAI, a new £100m Innovate UK programme to support the adoption and diffusion of AI and machine learning technologies in the UK economy. Find out more about BridgeAI and the programme’s activity stream on AI standards, including the opportunity to share your own priorities and provide input to shape future activities to match your needs.
Also new on the blog: What role do standards play in the EU AI Act?
This month we published the first blogpost in a series considering the role of standards in the EU AI Act. Turing researchers Arcangelo Leone de Castris and Chris Thomas analyse the latest amendments to the EU AI Act proposed by the European Parliament, relating to European AI standardisation.
Latest blogpost: Introducing CDEI’s Portfolio of AI Assurance Techniques
DSIT’s Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation (CDEI) have announced the launch of the Portfolio of Assurance Techniques. In this guest blog, James Scott from CDEI explains the purpose of the Portfolio, and the important connections between AI assurance and standardisation.
Webinar recording: Measuring Trustworthiness in AI
Catch up on our recent workshop on measuring trustworthiness in AI systems, including an introduction to AI technology and the way world leading measurement scientists look at it, the importance of trustworthiness in AI, and the critical role measurement plays in standards and regulation.
Creating a user account on the AI Standards Hub website will enable you to take advantage of a wide range of interactive features. Benefits include the ability to save standards and other database items to your personal dashboard, notifications when followed standards open for comment or move from draft to publication, being able to contribute to our community discussion forums, access to our e-learning modules, and much more!