The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) will discuss issues blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) in its upcoming legal problems and forums of joint members, according to an announcement published on 17 September.
The ANSI is a private US non-profit institution that includes over 125,000 companies, with international organizations, academic and governmental bodies and corporations among its members. The institute does not develop standards but administers and coordinates US voluntary standards and the conformity assessment system.
In the next forum titled "Empowered by Innovation: Leading Technologies Leading Real-World Solutions", participants will focus on legal issues and ethical concerns and explore concrete applications of blockchain and AI technology.
According to the announcement, experts from various industries such as health, transport, food safety and others will discuss possible blockchain and implementations of IA, and how standards and conformity assessment can facilitate further application and development of these technologies.
Previously, ANSI established a set of international standards, including the original standard implementation of the C language, which became ANSI C and the first "American Standard" computer programming standard Fortran, " known as "FORTRAN 66".
One of the institutes The nine standard ute panels, Nuclear Energy Standards Coordination Collaborative (NESCC), aim to identify and meet the need for standards in the nuclear industry.
Recently, The World Economic Forum (WEF) published a report dubbed "Building Block" for a better planet ", where it outlined more than 65 cases of blockchain use to solve the" most urgent "environmental challenges. According to the report, the next important step in the introduction of blockchain applications for the protection of the environment is the creation of a "responsible" and "global" blockchain ecosystem, as opposed to the funding of specific separate projects.