AI ethics involves addressing the moral and societal implications of artificial intelligence technologies. Standardisation plays a crucial role in this domain by establishing guidelines and frameworks to ensure that AI systems are developed, deployed, and used in a responsible and ethical manner. Standardisation efforts focus on promoting transparency, fairness, accountability, and privacy in AI applications, ultimately aiming to mitigate potential risks and maximise the benefits of AI for society.

This workshop provides an overview of the standards already developed or being developed in AI Ethics and examples of project results, showcasing their frameworks.

As part of this event, the MobiSpaces team shares the work made in terms data protection, legal assessment and ethics related to artificial intelligence in the mobility field, along with the next steps in this initiative.

Agenda (in CEST)

  • 11:00-11:05: Introduction to the webinar
  • 11:05-11:20: AI ethics and standardisation in CEN-CENELEC - Alessio Tartaro, CEN-CENELEC JTC21 and University of Sassari
  • 11:20-11:35: AI ethics and standardisation in IEEE - Ali Hessami, IEEE
  • 11:35-12:15: Panel discussion with EU-funded projects and the audience, Moderated by Isabel Caetano, IPQ, Chair of the Technical Committee for AI and Farshid Amirabdollahian, University of Hertfordshire
    • Hrvoje Keko, SYNERGY project, AI in energy
    • Rita Giuffrida, MobiSpaces project, AI in mobility
    • Giacomo Delinavelli, STAR project, AI in manufacturing
  • 12:15-12:30: Conclusions and next steps
AI Standardisation: Challenges & Opportunities Advancing Equity & Ethics in AI
External event