Tag Archive: NIST

Repurposing the Wheel: Lessons for AI Standards

Mina Narayanan Alexandra Seymour Heather Frase Karson Elmgren
| November 2023

Standards enable good governance practices by establishing consistent measurement and norms for interoperability, but creating standards for AI is a challenging task. The Center for Security and Emerging Technology and the Center for a New American Security hosted a series of workshops in the fall of 2022 to examine standards development in the areas of finance, worker safety, cybersecurity, sustainable buildings, and medical devices in order to apply the lessons learned in these domains to AI. This workshop report summarizes our findings and recommendations.

Agile Alliances

Andrew Imbrie Ryan Fedasiuk Catherine Aiken Tarun Chhabra Husanjot Chahal
| February 2020

The United States must collaborate with its allies and partners to shape the trajectory of artificial intelligence, promoting liberal democratic values and protecting against efforts to wield AI for authoritarian ends.

Plus video of the Kalaris Intelligence Conference, French military AI strategy and a successful MQ-25 unmanned refueling flight

CSET submitted the following comment in response to the National Institute for Standards and Technology Plan for Federal Engagement in AI Standards Development.

CSET submitted this comment in response to a U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute for Standards and Technology request for information in drafting proposed standards for the development of AI technologies.