At the end of 2021 MPAI published a book on its achievements – 5 standards and 9 projects under development – titled “Towards Pervasive and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence”. The book is now published here to read and download.

Towards Pervasive and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence

How standards can put a great technology at the service of humankind

By: Alessandro Artusi, Andrea Basso, Marina Bosi, Sergio Canazza, Leonardo Chiariglione, Miran Choi, Fabiano Columbano, Mert Burkay Çöteli, Nadir Dalla Pozza, Roberto Dini, Michelangelo Guarise, Hüseyin Hacıhabiboğlu, Roberto Iacoviello, Chuanmin Jia, Jisu Kang, Panos Kudumakis, Valeria Lazzaroli, Marco Mazzaglia, Guido Perboli, Niccolò Pretto, Paolo Ribeca, Mariangela Rosano, Mark Seligman

18 December 2021

Table of Contents

Preface 12 Divide and conquer
1 Introduction 13 Some MPAI data coding standards
2 Data and data processing 14 Structure of MPAI standards
3 AI-potential and drawbacks 15 Some technologies from the MPAI repository
4 Machine Learning and Neural Networks 16 MPAI mission and organisation
5 Speaking humans and machines 17 The governance of the MPAI ecosystem
6 Visual humans and machines 18 A renewed life for the patent system
7 Humans conversing with machines 19 Plans for the future
8 Audio for humans 20 Conclusions
9 Video for humans and machines 21 References
10 Data for machines Annex 1
11 Towards a responsible AI