China publishes draft guidelines for standardising AI industry

18/01/2024 | Reuters

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has issued draft guidelines for standardising artificial intelligence (AI) industry rules in the country. The guidelines propose forming over 50 national and industry-wide standards for AI by 2026. The move is intended to seize an early opportunity in the development of the AI industry, with 60% of the prospective standards aimed at serving general key technologies and application development projects.

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