Artificial intelligence is and remains one of the central topics of our time. There is a lot of movement in 2021: At the European level, work is being done on the concrete design of AI regulation on the basis of the AI White Paper, and at the national level on the continuation of the German government's AI strategy. Last but not least, the recommendations of the AI standardization roadmap are to be implemented in pilot projects.
The TÜV Association is actively contributing to the debate on technical and regulatory requirements for AI with the newly founded TÜV AI Lab and is providing impetus with the idea of an AI Testing Hub as a central national contact point for artificial intelligence.
At this year's TÜV AI Conference on October 27, leading experts from politics, science and business will discuss where we stand on the road to secure and trustworthy AI and where we are still stuck.