27 March 2023 at 1:32 pmUp::0
One of the excellent questions submitted to the panel during last week’s Enabling Trustworthy AI webinar was, simply put, where to start. If you are someone entirely new to standards, how do you discover what standards are needed for the AI project you’re working on?
While the path you take will ultimately depend on the objective you’re aiming to achieve, the panel offered several general resources with which to start:
- Two of the key standards to start with are ISO/IEC 22989 – Information technology – Artificial intelligence – Artificial intelligence concepts and terminology, and ISO/IEC 23053 – Framework for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Systems Using Machine Learning (ML). These establish the key vocabulary and frameworks used by other standards relating to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
- The AI Standards Hub features specific introductions to standards: the Standards at a Glance section gives a brief introduction to different types of standards and the processes through which they are made, with deeper dives into standards, metrology, assurance and more in the Training Database
- The ISO/IEC hosts regular workshops and webinars as part of their Academy, including dedicated workshops on AI. Past webinars are available to view on their website, and you can also view their upcoming schedule of events
For more specific help and guidance you can also reach out to your National Standards Body (NSB), such as BSI (UK), ANSI (US), SCC (Canada), or search the full list of NSBs on the ISO website. Officers in specific committees such as SC42 can also connect you with the proper contact as needed.
We’re also keen to learn how you’ve started with standards: how did you discover what standards are/were needed for your specific requirements? How did you know what to look for? If you’re struggling to find what you’re looking for, what barriers are you encountering? Share your experiences below, and we’ll use these to further improve the Hub.
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