Welcome to the sixteenth 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.
Catch up on our webinar introducing the AI Standards Hub’s involvement in BridgeAI
This introductory webinar kicks 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. As part of the programme, activities will be available to the BridgeAI community and dedicated to the role of standards in bridging the gap between AI innovation and implementation.
New on the blog: Do we need a new paradigm when measuring the trustworthiness of AI?
In a recent blog, Sundeep Bhandari explores how measurement science can play a role in assessing AI trustworthiness and raises the importance of additional qualitative considerations regarding interactions between humans and AI systems.
Watch: The role of standards in the future of AI Governance
How might standards play a valued role in AI Governance? We're revisiting research from a team of students at UCL, working with our Hub partner BSI, revealing that standards could help reduce risks and harm, support better regulation, and help more organizations adopt responsible AI.
UK AI Safety Summit to be hosted at Bletchley Park
On 1-2 November 2023 the UK will host a summit on AI safety, considering the risks of AI and attempting to build consensus around international actions to advance safety at the frontier of AI technologies. The event will be hosted at Bletchley Park with the aim to agree a set of rapid, targeted measures for furthering AI safety.
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!