AI Standards watch: standards relevant to the proposed AI Act
Following the publication of the draft proposal for the EU’s AI Act, the Joint Research Centre prepared an AI Watch. In this document, authors study the AI standardization landscape and investigate the links between the proposed regulatory framework and existing standardization activities. This training will provide an overview of the standards introduced in the AI watch and will focus on the identified core standards. Thus, the attendees will be able to learn more about the contents of these standards and, if needed, plan their involvement in those standards projects which are still under development.
LEARNING OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
- Understand the current AI standardization landscape
- Identify the links between the requirements in the draft AI Act and existing standards
- Get to know the essential requirements from the core AI standards identified in the AI watch
- Be able to plan your involvement in the standardization process, if needed
1 - Introduction to the AI Standards Watch
- Aim of the study
- Legal requirements captured in the AI Watch from the AI Act draft proposal
- Identified AI standardization committees
- Identified relevant AI standards
2 - Overview of AI standardization landscape
- Overview of AI standards development organizations
- Overview of AI standards
3 - Dive into the core AI standards (topics covered, key requirements, etc.)
- ISO/IEC 5338 Information technology - Artificial intelligence - AI system life cycle processes
- ISO/IEC 38507 Information technology - Governance of IT - Governance implications of the use of artificial intelligence by organizations
- ISO/IEC 23894 Information technology - Artificial intelligence - Risk management
- ISO/IEC 24027 Information technology - Artificial intelligence (AI) - Bias in AI systems and AI aided decision making
- ISO/IEC 4213 Information technology - Artificial Intelligence - Assessment of machine learning classification performance
- ISO/IEC 42001 Information Technology - Artificial intelligence - Management system
4 - Standards development process
- Standards types and development phases
- How to contribute to or to follow up on standards development in Luxembourg
- Interaction and collaboration
- Theoretical and practical aspects
A qui s'adresse la formation?
The targeted audiences for these trainings are learners with similar backgrounds as beginners to mid-level IT knowledge. They can be non-IT professionals with a basic IT knowledge.
It is recommended to have basic knowledge in the related field to follow these trainings.
A certificate of participation issued by ILNAS, recognized training organization, will be provided at the end of the course.
The course can be delivered on demand.
The course may be provided at our offices or within your organization.