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Stakeholder Workshop - Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence – building a framework with standardization

27 June 2018

On September 18th, 2018 at the Hotel Bloom in Brussels will take place a one day CEN-CENELEC workshop on how standardisation will support the take-up of AI technologies.

During the workshop participants will discuss the importance of Artificial Intelligence for Consumers and Industry and how trustworthiness in AI can be built. The focus will be on the impact of AI on Consumer Smart Environment and Industrial Manufacturing.

The workshop will identify areas and ways in which standards can help implement trustworthiness in AI systems through requirement frameworks, qualification criteria, benchmarks and baselines. The different parameters to make an AI system trustworthy will be defined and participants will set the base for a roadmap on standardisation for AI.

Register to the CEN-CENELEC workshop on AI standardisation.

Download the draft programme of the CEN-CENELEC workshop on AI standardisation.

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