Defending IEEE Software Standards in Federal Criminal Court

06/10/2021
by   Marc Canellas, et al.
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IEEE's 1012 Standard for independent software and hardware verification and validation (IV V) is under attack in U.S. federal criminal court. As software spreads through the criminal legal system, scientists, engineers, and IEEE have an essential role in ensuring courts understand and respect IEEE 1012 and IV V. If scientists, engineers, and IEEE do not engage, courts will continue to allow unreliable scientific evidence to deprive people of their life and liberty.

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