Webinar: Advancing AI regulation through Standardisation
Standards and codes of conduct can help AI systems operate in a safe and reliable manner thus preventing any unintended adverse impact.
This Webinar will host major experts in the field and it will provide an exhaustive overview of the current agenda of the European Commission on the AI field and different standpoints on the role of AI in Standardisation with correlated needs, gaps, and challenges (from SDOs, SMEs and Research & Innovation projects' representatives).
Today, standards have become a matter of global importance. As other regions are reinforcing their global footprint by being more strategic and assertive, also the European standardisation system needs to evolve to respond to these challenges.
Commissioner for the Internal Market, Thierry Breton, said: “Technical standards are of strategic importance. Europe's technological sovereignty, ability to reduce dependencies and protection of EU values will rely on our ability to be a global standard-setter. With today's Strategy, we are crystal-clear on our standardisation priorities and create the conditions for European standards to become global benchmarks. We take action to preserve the integrity of the European standardisation process, putting European SMEs and the European interest at the centre”.
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Data Quality and Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Iintelligence (AI) & Big Data represent a highly relevant topic for policy, research, and industry globally. Standards can help AI systems operate in a safe manner thus preventing unintended adverse impact.
Renewable and clean energy plays a fundamental role in achieving EU’s energy and climate objectives. Find out how standards ensure access to reliable and sustainable energy and support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) achievement.
The role of standards to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and to contain the outbreak of future pandemic episodes through several measures, with particular attention to health workers, continuously exposed to viral and bacterial vectors.
The HSbooster.eu Open Call will provide the opportunity for ongoing or complete H2020 and Horizon Europe projects to apply for practical guidance to assess the standardisation readiness of project results and match them up with standardisation experts who can guide the project on how these results can feed into standardisation working groups or technical committees.
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