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Recommended Practice for Software Framework for Industrial Artificial Intelligence (AI) At-the-edge

This recommended practice describes a software framework for industrial AI at-the-edge, including key features, software building blocks for functionalities and interfaces. It also defines recommendations for use of AI software frameworks in industrial control systems. AI at-the-edge refers to an Artificial Intelligence system deployed at a compute node that is deployed as part of a computer cluster.

Sponsor Committee
C/SM - Smart Manufacturing Standards Committee
Active PAR
PAR Approval

Working Group Details

IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SM - Smart Manufacturing Standards Committee
Working Group
DigR-wg - Digital Representation WG
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IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
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Standard for Industrial Artificial Intelligence (AI) Data Attributes

This standard defines attributes related to industrial Artificial Intelligence (AI) data that facilitates the classification, association, and mapping towards value creation using data. The attributes include but are not limited to data source, type, ownership, sampling frequency, traceability, privacy attributes for modeling, sampling, shareability and its use in AI algorithms.

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Standard for Model Verification & Validation of Industrial Artificial Intelligence Systems

This standard defines verification and validation requirements and constraints to be satisfied by Artificial Intelligence Deep learning models developed and used for process efficiencies, process optimization and automation in the manufacturing industry. The standard covers the requirements for model biases, model drift, articulation of the model judgement, and consistency of the results. It also covers the constraints on model parameters such as accuracy, under-fit or over-fit in model learning and precision.

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