Welcome to the eighteenth 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.
New report evaluating the AI Standards Hub
A new independent report evaluating the AI Standards Hub's pilot phase has been published by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology. Its findings illustrate the impressive impact of the Hub in its pilot phase and the strong steps it has already taken towards achieving long-term goals of advancing trustworthy and responsible AI.
Creating Equitable AI Governance Futures at the AI Fringe
On 2 November the AI Standards Hub will host a panel within a day-long AI Fringe event on Creating Equitable AI Governance Futures organised by Queen Mary University of London, The Alan Turing Institute, the All Party Parliamentary Group on AI and the Big Innovation Centre. The discussion will explore the need for standards and evaluation methods for foundation models, and consider the importance of inclusive international approaches that take account of the interests of stakeholder groups and impacted communities around the globe.
On 31 October the AI Standards Hub will present a session within the AI Fringe core programme featuring Chanelle Daniels (Digital Catapult), Adam Leon Smith (Dragonfly), and Hollie Hamblett (Consumers International), moderated by Tim McGarr (BSI). The panel discussion will explore the role of standards in achieving safe and responsible AI, and the importance of international cooperation and multistakeholder participation in their development.
An introduction to NIST’s AI Risk Management Framework
Join us on 13 November for the first webinar in a series organised as part of our international collaboration with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), on trustworthy AI and the role of standards in promoting responsible AI. Our guest speakers will introduce NIST’s AI Risk Management Framework and discuss potential key areas of collaboration between NIST and the AI Standards Hub.
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!