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20 Sep 2021

Global Standards Mapping Initiative: An overview of blockchain technical standards

This report is one component of the “Global Standards Mapping Initiative,” the first and most comprehensive effort to assess the current state of blockchain. Based on input from over 30 technical standard-setting entities, 185 jurisdictions, and nearly 400 industry groups, the reports are accessible to the public and intended to serve as a resource for the blockchain community to develop thoughtful frameworks and standards to propel the industry forward.

13 Aug 2021

Following the Fellows: Impact Report on the first 2023's Open Call

This Impact Report aims to share the results attained through the work carried out by the experts funded under the #1 2023's Open Call, and to showcase the most relevant outcomes, creating awareness of the potential impact and repercussions of such impact on commerce, industry, governmental policies and strategies and the society as a whole.

13 Aug 2021

Towards a European AI regulation: a perspective from our community

BDVA/DAIRO releases a position paper for the EC’s new proposal for AI regulation to point out the possible legislative burden the new rules can cause to small companies and research and education organisations and to ensure the successful implementation of the regulation.

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16 Jul 2021

AI Watch: AI Standardisation Landscape state of play and link to the EC proposal for an AI regulatory framework

This report is one of the deliverables of AI watch specifically focusing on the mapping of the AI standards onto the requirements introduced by the European Commission AI Act. This is the 3nd version of the study reflecting updated input from stakeholders and the requirements, as present in the Commission’s official proposal for a horizontal regulatory framework for AI.

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22 Jun 2021

StandICT.u 2023 - Report of TWG AI: Landscape of AI Standards

The Report provides an encompassing compilation of standardisation efforts underway in the framework of European SDOs, such as CEN and ETSI, Government, Public Bodies and Agencies, such as the European Commission, the European Data Portal, European Parliament and the HLEG-AI and JRC, Global SDOs and initiatives, such as IEC, IEEE, ISO/IEC, ITU-T, WEF, W3C, as well as non-EU, country-specific contributions including China, Germany, Japan, UK and USA and relevant contributions from other organisations (BDVA, G20, Khronos, OECD, SAE International).  

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19 May 2021

ETSI Technology Radar (First edition – April 2021)

The intent of the ETSI Technology Radar (ETR) is to highlight probable technology trends for ICT that may impact ETSI’s quest to remain at the forefront of ICT standardization.

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19 Mar 2021

CEN-CENELEC Focus Group Report - Road Map on Artificial Intelligence (AI)

This report is the official Road Map analysis from the CEN-CENELEC Focus Group on AI. It builds on a strong consensus of over 80 experts. The Focus Group has established an overall framework for European AI standardization, by developing a high-level vision (chapter 1.2).

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15 Mar 2021

2021 Rolling plan for ICT standardisation

The Rolling Plan is a living document. It aims to cover as much as possible the broad range of standardisation activities, technical specifications and standards relevant for the respective policy objectives and topic areas, however it is not based on a systematic search. The Rolling Plan is a document that is reviewed each year based on input from the Commission and advice from the MSP

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