All our publications on Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Automated/Autonomous Driving
Addressing by design the AI safety and cybersecurity challenges is key to securing the many benefits that automated driving can bring to society.
Trustworthy requirements for AVs have a heterogeneous level of maturity, and bring new research and development challenges in different areas.
This report presents a summary of the proceedings of the workshop of the 4th AI Watch Peer Learning Workshop on AI use & impact in public services.
This report aims to advance towards a general framework on Trustworthy AI for the specific domain of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).
Where does the EU stand in the global AI landscape?
The newly released AI Watch Policy brief answers this question, providing a detailed analysis of the positioning of the EU in comparison to other areas.
The main objective of this study is to establish the basis for a suitable database that will allow tracing the evolution of EU shares in the global robotics market over the past ten years, ideally disentangling between industrial and service robots.
The second edition of our research aimed at establishing an operational definition of artificial intelligence (AI).
This report introduces the concept of AI appropriation in government, seen as two distinct phases; adoption and implementation of related technologies in public services and processes. Then, it analyses the situation of AI governance in the US and Cand contrasts it to the emerging European model.
AI Watch. Artificial Intelligence for the public sector. Report of the “3rd Peer Learning Workshop on the use and impact of AI in public services”
Workshop report of the “3rd Peer Learning Workshop on the use and impact of AI in public services”, 24 June 2021