Just how worried should we be about killer robots? Amidst all the talk about how artificial intelligence (AI) is threatening society, some experts believe AI shouldn’t be feared. Here’s why we can embrace the power of technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to aid progress in everything from the medical sphere to saving our planet, yet as the technology becomes ever more complex, questions of trust arise. Increased regulation has helped to rebuild this trust, but grey areas remain. How can we ensure AI is trustworthy …
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and their applications continue to grow and evolve. AI technologies are now being deployed across almost every industry and sector, including transportation, healthcare, defence, finance and manufacturing. But what exactly are these technologies? How prevalent …
Ethical decision making isn’t just another form of problem solving. As artificial intelligence (AI) grows in capability and influence, experts are treading uncharted territory to develop the International Standards for ethical AI, addressing its challenges from the onset.
The validation or verification of information declared in claims is a key way of demonstrating that what is said is reliable and true. But only if those performing this confirmation are doing it correctly. A new ISO and IEC standard just published will ensure the validators and verifiers are competent, …
Natural disasters, fires, supply chain issues or cyber-attacks are just some of the many unexpected yet possible threats to the smooth running of any business. Consistent and robust business continuity planning for what to do when disaster strikes is the best defence.
Increasing urbanization worldwide means city living is the future, and digital innovation can help to make that future bright. This is the theme of this year’s World Cities Day and ISO International Standards are at the forefront.
The experts behind the standard for JPEG were recognized with an Engineering Emmy by the US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the 71st Engineering Emmy Awards last night.
Standards touch all areas of our lives, so standards developers are needed from all sectors of society. New international guidance for the competences required of standards professionals has just been published to improve and harmonize the skills required and attract new talent into the standards community.
At least one in three children under five are either underweight or overweight, according to a newly published report by Unicef. ISO International Standards provide the right ingredients to help.