Feng Qunxing, a reporter from Nandu news, announced on August 5 that the preliminary research work on more than 20 key standards such as ethics should be completed by 2021. < / P > < p > is jointly issued by the National Standardization Administration Committee, the central network information office, the national development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of science and technology, and the Ministry of industry and information technology. < / P > < p > in the “construction goal”, the schedule is given: by 2021, the top-level design of artificial intelligence standardization will be defined, and the preliminary research work of more than 20 key standards, such as key general technology, key field technology and ethics, will be completed. By 2023, the artificial intelligence standard system will be initially established, focusing on the development of data, algorithms, systems, services and other key urgently needed standards, and taking the lead in promoting key industries and fields such as manufacturing, transportation, finance, security, home furnishing, pension, environmental protection, education, medical health, justice, etc. < p > < p > according to the plan, artificial intelligence standard system is composed of eight parts, including basic commonness, supporting technology and products, basic software and hardware platform, key general technology, key field technology, products and services, industry application, safety / ethics. < / P > < p > it is worth noting that the safety / ethical standards will run through other parts, thus establishing a compliance system for AI. Specifically, security standards focus on the basic security of artificial intelligence, data, algorithm and model security, technology and system security, security management and services, security testing and evaluation, and product and application security. The key research fields of ethical standards are medical, transportation, emergency rescue and other special industries. < / P > < p > how to protect the privacy of patients when processing their data? When unmanned vehicles encounter danger on the road, are they insured or insured? These ethical issues related to artificial intelligence are likely to create practical difficulties in the future. According to Nandu reporter’s previous review, there are more than 70 documents on the ethics or governance of artificial intelligence in the world, but these documents often give macro principles rather than specific implementation standards. The promotion of the construction of a new generation of national artificial intelligence standard system may play a further supporting role for the standardized development of artificial intelligence. Continue ReadingAmerican companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?