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StandICT.eu Standards Watch continuously monitors the ongoing international activities in 3 main priority areas identified as:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things
  • Big Data

The Watch will provide support for standardisation specialists by monitoring objectives and activities of SDO WGs across the five priority areas of the Digital Single Market, to better identify gaps and opportunities to further Standards development and stimulate ICT Standards experts to seize the opportunities granted by the StandICT.eu initiative.

IEEE - 7010 - Wellbeing Metrics Standard for Ethical Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems

The Wellbeing Metrics Standard for Ethical Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems enables programmers, engineers, and technologists to better consider how the products and services they create can increase human wellbeing based on a wider spectrum of measures than growth and productivity alone.


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ETSI TR 103 527 V1.1.1 - Virtualized IoT Architectures with Cloud Back-ends

In addition to interoperability and security that are two recognized key enablers to the development of large IoT systems, a new one is emerging as another key condition of success: virtualization. The deployment of IoT systems will occur not just within closed and secure administrative domains but also over architectures that support the dynamic usage of resources that are provided by virtualization techniques over cloud back-ends.


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IEEE - 7008 - Standard for Ethically Driven Nudging for Robotic, Intelligent and Autonomous Systems

This standard along with definitions allows for precise communication among global experts of different domains that includes Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems, and Ethics.


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IEEE - 7006 - Standard for Personal Data Artificial Intelligence (AI) Agent

With the advent and rise of AI there is a risk that machine-to-machine decisions will be made with black-box inputs determined without input transparency to humans. In order to enable ethics based AI, individuals will require the means to influence and determine the values, rules and inputs that guide the development of personalized algorithms and Artificial Intelligence.


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