NATO establishes review board to govern responsible use of AI
NATO has established a Review Board to govern the responsible development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data across the organisation. The decision was made at the meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence which took place in Brussels on 12–13 October 2022.
The Data and Artificial Intelligence Review Board (DARB) will work on developing a user-friendly responsible AI certification standard to help align new AI and data projects with NATO’s Principles of Responsible Use. The board is also expected to act as a platform allowing the exchange of views and best practices to help create quality controls, mitigate risks, and adopt trustworthy and interoperable AI systems.
NATO member states will designate one national nominee to serve on the DARB. Nominees could come from governmental entities, academia, the private sector, or civil society.