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IIS leader participated in the Days of Rosstandart at the forum exhibition “Russia”

On May 18, 2024, at the site of the International Exhibition and Forum “Russia”, a number of Rosstandart Days events were held for a wide range of visitors, covering the main areas of the agency’s activities. One of them was a discussion dedicated to ensuring trust in artificial intelligence.

Representatives of leading organizations in the field of development and testing AI systems took part in the discussion: Moscow Department of Information Technologies, Mendeleev All-Russian Research Institute of Metrology, Federal Center for Applied Development of Artificial Intelligence, Institute of the Information Society (IIS), Scientific Research Center “Okhrana”, etc. Representatives of Rosstandart and its subordinate organizations were also present: Institute of Standardization, as well as Academy of Standardization, Metrology and Certification. Participants discussed approaches to testing AI systems in industry, urban management, emissions control, and education.

The discussion was moderated by Sergey Garbuk, Director of Scientific Projects at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Chairman of the Russian Standardization Committee No. 164 “Artificial Intelligence” (TC 164).

The director of the branch of the Mendeleev Institute of Metrology Roman Rodin, head of the department of standardization in the industrial sectors of Rosstandart Vyacheslav Tutaev, head of the strategy department for the implementation of artificial intelligence in the city government of Moscow Department of Information Daria Sharova and others answered questions from visitors.

In particular, the Chairman of Subcommittee 02 “Data”, IIS Chairman Yuri Hohlov reviewed the international landscape of AI standardization, paying special attention to the harmonization of national standards developed within the framework of TC 164 with ISO standards.

Andrey Chukarin, Deputy General Director of the Federal Center for Applied Development of Artificial Intelligence, noted the activities of the TK 164 working group “Artificial intelligence in industry” and reviewed approaches to the development of national standards, the methodology for assessing AI solutions.

During the dialogue with the participants, the main question of the discussion was highlighted: what components form a person’s trust in artificial intelligence.

Sources: Rosstandart, TC 164