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How IEEE Standard 1547 Is Modernizing Power Grids

Smart inverters are advanced power electronics that bring autonomy to electrical grids, making them more reliable, resilient, and secure. These inverters better connect distributed energy resources (DERs) to the electrical grid and allow them to be powered by a greater array of renewable energy sources. In recent years, a number of U.S. states, including Hawaii […]

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Three Steps To Develop A Successful Ethical AI Standards Framework

A 2019 survey from Gartner found that 37% of businesses and organizations employ artificial intelligence (AI), DataProt reported. However, few organizations are taking steps to mitigate the risk associated with AI systems, such as their propensity for bias and privacy infringements. A 2021 PwC research report found that just 20% of enterprises had instituted an […]

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Ten Ways AI Regulations and Standards Will Evolve in 2022

With artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as machine learning and neural networks rapidly evolving, governments are racing to regulate AI. As TechRepublic reported in November 2021, the consulting firm Deloitte is predicting that evolving AI technologies could lead to “enforced regulations in 2023 and beyond.” If that’s the case, organizations that make and use the […]

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Six Priorities from the UK’s New Artificial Intelligence Roadmap

Demand for artificial intelligence (AI) is growing. According to Data Prot, a website that educates people about internet privacy, 37% of businesses and organizations employ AI technology. While AI can make organizations more efficient and profitable, these systems are not without risks, such as their propensity for bias and privacy infringements. Governments across the world […]

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What is Wi-Fi 6 Extended?

The new wireless networking standard 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) delivers enhanced wireless technology in dense environments where it can more effectively overcome interference from cells on the same channel. An even newer version of Wi-Fi 6, dubbed “Wi-Fi 6 Extended” (Wi-Fi 6E), could deliver even better service. As Jerry Jackson in PC Mag reports, Wi-Fi 6E […]

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European Union Considering “De Facto Global Standard” for AI

The European Union (EU) has proposed a first-ever comprehensive legislative package to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). As The National Law Review reports, the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) will “establish a risk-based framework for regulating use of AI anywhere within the EU, including by organizations based outside the EU.” If passed, the law “establishes a de […]

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Six Ways To Manage Risk in Your AI Systems

As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more common, so do its risks, such as its potential for bias and privacy infringements. As we’ve discussed in previous posts, governments around the world are beginning to develop requirements and guidance around AI. Organizations that are not yet developing AI standards in alliance with these requirements may soon find […]

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Three Ways To Prepare Your Workforce for Artificial Intelligence

Only 20% of U.S. companies are fully deploying artificial intelligence (AI) for decision-making in their businesses based on survey responses from 1,000 senior business executives. According to the news site Axios, 61% of organizations are just starting to adopt AI for decision-making, while 19% are categorized as having barely begun. Surveyed business leaders are hesitant […]

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