Thanks Prof Ndemo for sharing this. Certainly, this is a good start and
learning on emerging trends in AI. It is to our detriment to be left behind
by the AI wagon. AI is one of the key technologies of the future. The
survey is very technical. I encourage anyone interested in the subject to
give it a go.
Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya
On Sat, 12 Jun 2021 at 08:54, Bitange Ndemo via KICTANet <
> The OECD and its OECD.AI <oecd.ai/> Network of Experts, in which I
> participate, has launched a *public consultation* *on a *draft Framework
> for Classifying AI systems <www.oecd.ai/classification> that is
> part of the OECD Programme on AI and Work, Innovation, Productivity and
> Skills (AI-WIPS) <www.oecd.ai/wips> supported by the German Labour
> We are seeking input to improve the framework so it is useful and
> technically robust and *would like to solicit your feedback *as your work
> is related.
> The framework is a user-friendly tool to help policy makers and others
> differentiate between different types of AI systems and their different
> impacts on policy goals along 4 dimensions: 1) context; 2) data and input;
> 3) AI model; and 4) task and output. It aims to provide a common baseline
> of the key characteristics of AI systems that can impact trustworthy AI; to
> inform initiatives from impact assessment to regulation and self-regulation.
> <www.oecd.ai/classification> <www.oecd.ai/classification>
> The *deadline for input is 30 June 2021*. Please take* 5 minutes **to
> test the Framework on a real AI system* <oecd.ai/p/classification>
> or, if you have a little more time, *comment on the report on *
> We would much appreciate your input and look forward to hearing from you.
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