Certifiable Artificial Intelligence Through Data Fusion

11/03/2021
by   Erik Blasch, et al.
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This paper reviews and proposes concerns in adopting, fielding, and maintaining artificial intelligence (AI) systems. While the AI community has made rapid progress, there are challenges in certifying AI systems. Using procedures from design and operational test and evaluation, there are opportunities towards determining performance bounds to manage expectations of intended use. A notional use case is presented with image data fusion to support AI object recognition certifiability considering precision versus distance.

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