DNV launches RPs for safe application of industrial AI

DNV has published a suite of recommended practices (RPs) that will enable companies operating critical devices, assets, and infrastructure to safely apply artificial intelligence (AI). High-quality AI systems require strong building blocks, that is, data, sensors, algorithms, and digital twins. The nine new or updated RPs cover each of these digital building blocks. DNV’s strong sector knowledge of the maritime, energy, and healthcare, among others, enables it to understand not just how AI works, but how it interacts with other systems in complex infrastructure and assets.
The advent of AI requires a new approach to risk. This necessitates a different assurance methodology and a thorough understanding of the intricate interplay between the system and AI, allowing for a proper assessment of failure modes as well as the potential for real-world performance enhancement.
The RPs bridge the gap between the generically written law and affected stakeholders, providing a practical interpretation of the EU AI Act.

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