Responsible AI Institute and Standards Council of Canada Launch First Artificial Intelligence Certification Pilot
Advancing the responsible and trusted use of Artificial Intelligence through independent audit and assurance.
Responsible AI Institute (RAII), the leading non-profit dedicated to independent AI assessments and certification, announced its partnership with the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) in a first-of-its-kind pilot to determine requirements for the development of a conformity assessment program for AI management systems.
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Building from Canada’s role as an AI leader and in support of emerging AI regulatory efforts globally, this pilot will help to define requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving AI management systems in organizations. For the past three years, Responsible AI Institute has been at the forefront of these efforts, working with leading corporations, researchers, industry experts, international organizations, and government officials to develop and validate an effective way to evaluate the responsibility of AI systems.
“As a result of this pilot, organizations will have clear guidance on how to establish, define and implement responsible AI practices in alignment with emerging regulations and standards, best-in-class research, and existing human rights-based laws and frameworks,” says Ashley Casovan, Executive Director of Responsible AI Institute.
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Led by SCC, this pilot and the subsequent results will be shared with industry partners such as conformity assessment bodies and peer countries active within the International Accreditation Forum, including ANSI (US) and UKAS (UK). Elias Rafoul, VP of Accreditation Services at SCC, says, “We are proud to be leading this first-of-its-kind pilot to understand what is required for AI management systems, and to evaluate needs for an end-to-end accreditation program for AI.”
The pilot will leverage the ISO’s AI Management System standard (ISO 42001), which is currently under development, to develop an AI Management System Accreditation Program in Canada.
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