Terms of Reference for OCG sub-group on Artificial Intelligence (OCG AI)
Version approved by the OCG 14 August 2020
The main responsibilities of the ETSI OCG AI are to:
- facilitate the exchange of views and information on AI activities in TBs and ISGs in order to identify synergies, best practices and common requirements
- evaluate the impact of AI on the production of standards (e.g. interoperability, testing, compliance to EU ethical guidelines) that can be common to different TB/ISGs and suggest guidelines for the relevant TB/ISGs
- identify common activities (e.g. terminology, common requirements) or standardization-related gaps, and make proposals on how to address them
- promote and maintain a coordinated view of information (including work items) from TBs/ISGs on activities related to AI
- coordinate provision of information by the TBs and ISGs on AI matters relevant to ETSI
- be a continuously-available interface between ETSI and EC/EFTA for response to questions and calls for comment on issues relevant to AI standardization
- report to the OCG, the Board, the GA, or the EC whenever required
- consider the need for and/or propose external cooperation related to AI standardization.
- It is not part of the OCG AI responsibilities to produce standards or promote specific AI solutions.
2. Organisation and working methods
- OCG AI shall work in accordance with the ETSI Directives. In particular a portal page shall be maintained for organisation of meetings and contributions, plus a mailing list.
- OCG AI shall provide progress reports to the ETSI Board and OCG as requested.
- OCG AI shall maintain a publicly-viewable overview of AI activities within ETSI, in cooperation with ETSI secretariat and the related TBs/ISGs
Chairmanship of the Group:
- The Chair of OCG AI shall be appointed by the OCG. OCG AI may appoint vice-chairs as necessary. A secretary will be provided by the ETSI Secretariat.
- Participation in OCG AI is under the same rules as for OCG.