AI standardization roadmap recommends standards for artificial intelligence.
The German Institute for Standardization e.V. (DIN), the German Commission for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies of DIN and VDE (DKE) and the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) recently published the AI standardization roadmap, which recommends standards for artificial intelligence.
“With the AI standardization roadmap, we are implementing an essential measure of the federal government’s AI strategy. Norms and standards ensure seamless cooperation and trust in AI systems and pave the way for ‘AI – Made in Germany’,” says Peter Altmaier, Germany’s Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Three-hundred experts from business, science, the public sector and civil society jointly developed the 200-page roadmap, which focuses on strengthening the German economy and science in the international competition surrounding AI. In addition, it recommends the initiation of the national “Trusted AI”, which would give Germany the chance to develop the world's first AI certification program.
The AI standardization roadmap will be updated regularly, taking into account evolving requirements. The document is available free of charge (German only) at http://din.de/go/normungsroadmapki and http://dke.de/normungsroadmap-ki .