Kind of a scary logo, no? The US National Institute of Science and Technology has issued a paper entitled Four Principles of Explainable Artificial Intelligence and has asked for comment. The paper is premised on the idea that explainable AI increases trust in AI. It suggests that the fundamentals that contribute to explainable AI are:… Continue reading NIST requests comments on “Explainable AI”
Previously I noted Indo-French Bi-lateral cooperation on AI. Well now we have an Indo-German statement of cooperation. This statement aims towards a 2020 workshop in Berlin between agencies of each government and states that they will focus on mutual best practices. Best practices, one assumes, could include regulatory standards when governments are involved. Further aims include deployment in… Continue reading Indo-German cooperation on AI
I have lamented the lack of Canadian AI regulation efforts. And for the past couple of posts I have referenced how the creation of standards in other jurisidictions made be an entrypoint in to regulation. And lo and behold, we have a set of Canadian AI standards with regards to ethical design and use of AI. This is a national standard… Continue reading Canadian AI standards, too!