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The EU and U.S. welcome input on the list of 65 key AI terms essential to understanding risk-based approaches to AI, along with their EU and U.S. interpretations and shared EU-U.S. definitions that was released as part of the Fourth TTC Ministerial in May 2023. Comments are especially requested on the completeness, relevance and correctness of the definitions. Comments received will be made publicly available, so personal or sensitive information should not be included.
During their fourth ministerial meeting (May 2023), the EU and U.S. TTC co-chairs reviewed progress and announced key initiatives including advancement of its joint AI Roadmap through launching three expert groups to focus on AI terminology and taxonomy, standards and tools for trustworthy AI and risk management, and monitoring and measuring AI risks. The groups have (i) issued a list of 65 key AI terms essential to understanding risk-based approaches to AI, along with their EU and U.S. interpretations and shared EU-U.S. definitions and (ii) mapped the respective involvement of the European Union and the United States in standardisation activities with the goal of identifying relevant AI-related standards of mutual interest. The EU and U.S. decided to add special emphasis on generative AI, including its opportunities and risks, to the work on the Roadmap. This work will complement the G7 Hiroshima AI process. The joint statement is found here.
This Roadmap, shared at the TTC Ministerial Meeting (December 2022), aims to guide the development of tools, methodologies, and approaches to AI risk management and trustworthy AI. It advances EU and U.S. shared interest to support international standardisation efforts and promote trustworthy AI on the basis of a shared dedication to democratic values and human rights.
The EU-U.S. Joint Statement of the TTC (May 2022) expressed an intention to develop a joint roadmap on evaluation and measurement tools for trustworthy AI and risk management.
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