Standards Australia seeks input on developing AI standards


Tuesday, 25 June, 2019


Standards Australia seeks input on developing AI standards

Standards Australia is seeking feedback on a proposal to develop artificial intelligence (AI) implementation standards and what they should entail.

It comes as part of a body of work — funded by the Australian Government — that aims to strengthen Australia’s AI and machine learning capabilities while addressing issues surrounding ethics, privacy, technology development and social impacts.

To help people contribute, Standards Australia has released a discussion paper, titled Developing Standards for Artificial Intelligence: Hearing Australia’s Voice.

It contains information on what AI is; why Australian communities, businesses and governments, and the world, need standards, national and global approaches to and opportunities for standardisation; and how people can get involved in developing these standards.

Contributors can submit feedback to SEM@standards.org.au until 31 July.

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