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Innovate UK BridgeAI: Operationalising the UK’s AI regulation principles through standards

Date:

29 Feb 2024

Time:

11:00 am

 – 12:00 pm

Location:

Online

Description

The UK government’s pro-innovation approach to AI regulation (AI white paper), published 29 March 2023, sets out five principles representing what “well governed AI should look like on a cross cutting basis”. These principles are safety, security, and robustness; adequate transparency and explainability; fairness; accountability and governance; and contestability and redress.

The AI white paper emphasises the use of consensus-based standards – developed by Standards Development Organisations (SDOs) such as ISO/IEC, IEEE, and BSI – to support the operationalisation of these principles. SDO standards offer guidance for the development and deployment of AI systems, making them a useful tool for regulators as well as businesses in achieving the objectives defined by the UK’s AI white paper principles.

However, it can be difficult to determine the potential relevance of individual standards for this task. This poses a challenge for businesses wanting to adopt standards to support their AI governance and innovation activities.

In this interactive webinar, researchers from The Alan Turing Institute’s AI Governance and Regulatory Innovation team share insights from their research mapping and assessing the relevance of standards for operationalising the AI white paper principles. This research aims to support UK stakeholders to use standards to interpret the UK’s AI regulation white paper principles and apply them in practice.

Register for this interactive webinar to understand the relationship between the AI standards landscape and the AI white paper principles, and to take an in-depth look at how standards could be used to satisfy these principles.

Upcoming webinars

Stay tuned for upcoming webinars by The Alan Turing Institute:

  • End of March: Delve into the EU AI Act and the role of European harmonised standards in its implementation.

Who should attend

If you are immersed in AI technologies, this webinar is a must. Whether you’re developing or adopting AI, grasp the significant role of standards in forthcoming UK AI regulation, gathering insights from experts from The Alan Turing Institute.

What you’ll gain

  • An understanding of the AI standards landscape
  • Expert insights on the role of standards for interpreting and complying with forthcoming UK AI regulation.
  • Expert perspectives: A chance to ask your questions to experts from The Alan Turing Institute
  • Event roadmap: Get a sneak peek into the upcoming event in March 2024.

How to register

To register for a place at the webinar please complete the registration form by 27 Feb 2024.

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Key Information

Event Type: Online

Free to attend: Yes

Start time: 11:00 am

End time: 12:00 pm

Date: 29 Feb 2024

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