If it would be of interest to anyone dealing with AI, especially applied to smart energy, I am looking for a collaboration working on standards in applying AI to smart energy and particularly to smart PV systems.
With the printing industry sparing no efforts publishing books on Artificial Intelligence (AI), why should there be another that, in its title and subtitle, combines the overused words “AI” and “trustworthy”, with the alien words “standards” and “pervasive”?
The Open Ethics Transparency Protocol (OETP) describes the creation and exchange of voluntary ethics Disclosures for IT products. It is brought as a solution to increase the transparency of how IT products are built and deployed. The scope of the Protocol covers Disclosures for systems such as Software as a Service (SaaS) Applications, Software Applications, Software Components, Application Programming Interfaces (API), Automated Decision-Making (ADM) systems, and systems using Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Edge AI is rapidly gaining momentum with growing investments and awareness of its benefits, such as reducing costs and latency times for improved user experience and increased levels of security in terms of data privacy through local processing.
Great effort in the last few months by the EUOS WG on Artificial Intelligence chaired by Lindsay Frost (NEC, ETSI) has already produced a draft Technology Landscape Research Report for the European Commissions DG JRC (joint Research Centre) on standardization related to AI Risk.