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Issue 01/2020

Standards for AI governance help facilitate client trust in organizations

Innovative technologies are increasingly being used to improve systems and services. Robots and people work together in factories and offices, while automated systems are used in cars and planes to ensure safe, efficient journeys

As more businesses incorporate AI technologies to improve their services and products, more questions are being raised. For example, do clients trust and understand how these technologies are being used? What is the role of humans in the organization and can they control the AI technologies deployed? What about societal concerns around big data analysis which could be used in other unfair ways? Should there be an ethical framework for AI?

2019
Issue 05/2019

Answers in the cloud

Cloud computing has taken the IT industry by storm. Estimated at USD 24.6 billion in 2010, cloud computing has already surpassed USD 100 billion and is expected to reach USD 150 billion by the end of 2020.

Issue 04/2019

Sign of the times

From symbols to communication in a digital world

The work of IEC Technical Committee 3 has much evolved since the early days of the IEC, partly as a result of the gradual digitalization of our societies.

2018
Issue 06/2018

Healthcare needs doctors and machines

Disruptive technologies bring healthcare improvements but raise new issues

Imagine being able to predict medical conditions in healthy people and take steps to prevent them before symptoms develop, or having fully autonomous systems monitor critical patients in intensive care units instead of requiring a team of specialists.

2014
Issue 05/2014

Big data, big future

New ISO/IEC JTC1 study group

Business, academic, and government leaders broadly agree about the potential of big data to fuel innovation, advance commerce and drive progress. We know that big data could change how we work – by improving operations, allowing faster, more accurate analyses, hence more informed decisions. But what exactly is big data and how does international standardization fit in?