RVC began accepting applications in the expert group of the standards AI| 27.06.2019
For involvement of Russian representatives in the process of international standardization of relevant Technical Committee on the basis of mers creates expert group to participate in the ongoing SC42 projects. Welcome
applications from representatives of the market to participate in the work of the International organization for standardization (ISO) and the International technical Commission (IEC) has already begun.
The goal of standardization is to encourage implementation and to remove regulatory barriers for technology AI to the widest possible audience of potential users. Participants and leaders discuss
are representatives of companies – developers of technologies and applications of artificial intelligence, interested in creating a favourable environment in the economy and in society for the effective implementation of
AI in practice.
Development of international standards in the field of artificial intelligence is carried out in the framework of the Subcommittee SC42 “Artificial Intelligence”, joint technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1 “Information
At the moment, the SC42 Subcommittee consists of 10 working groups responsible for different issues of harmonization and quality assurance technology II. Development of standardization documents is in
projects that are approved by the voting members of the Subcommittee. Among current projects is the establishment of international standards for terms and definitions in the field of AI, the development of the reference
big data architecture, preparation of a report on bias in decision-making systems in the field of AI and recommendations for risk management, overview of ethical issues related to public
perception artificial intelligence, etc., the Nearest meeting of the SC42 Subcommittee will be held on 7-12 October 2019 in Japan.
“Participation in the development of international standards, along with other international scientific-technical activity, will protect the interests of domestic developers of artificial intelligence systems
in foreign markets and tighter to integrate Russian science into the world community. It is especially important to start this work now, in the early stages of creating a regulatory framework, when the “rules of the game”
still not rigidly fixed and can be built with maximum regard for the interests of Russian companies”, – said the Chairman of the Technical Committee for Artificial intelligence, Director of research
projects of national research UNIVERSITY “Higher school of Economics” Sergey Garbuk.
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