Welcome to the seventeenth 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's been happening and what's coming up with the AI Standards Hub.
AI Standards Hub at IGF 2023
The 18th annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is taking place in Kyoto, Japan this week, and the AI Standards Hub is contributing to the programme with a session on Thursday 12th October.
Members of the AI Standards Hub team will begin by presenting the Hub as a case study to consider strategies for multistakeholder participation and international cooperation around the development of standards for AI technologies, followed by a panel discussion featuring expert speakers from around the world.
The AI Standards Hub will be involved in the AI Fringe, a series of events hosted across London and the UK to complement the UK Government’s AI Safety Summit. On Tuesday 31st October, we will be organising a panel discussion in the AI Fringe core programme that will focus on the importance of international cooperation and multistakeholder participation in ensuring the development of effective standards for responsible AI.
New on the blog: Uncertainty quantification in trustworthy AI
In our newest blogpost, Mark Levene and Jenny Wooldridge of NPL explain the concept of uncertainty quantification—a central topic in metrology—and discuss the role it can play in assessing trustworthy AI.
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!