OECD Network of Experts - Classification of AI AI Hubs

The classification system is based on the OECD’s definition of AI and divided into four dimensions: (i) Context: The environment where the system is being deployed and who is deploying it. (ii) Data and Input: The data the system uses and the kinds of input it receives. (iii) AI Model: The underlying particularities that make up the AI system – is it, for instance, a neural network, or a linear model? (iv) Task and Output: The tasks the system performs and the outputs that make up the results of its work. - This policymaker-friendly tool for understanding AI systems has been developed in 2020, using an OECD Network of Experts in a virtual multistakeholder process that leveraged the expertise of more than 57 people in over 40 countries (https://www.oecd.ai/network-of-experts)
Industry: International bodies hosting AI initiatives with link to UK policy sector
Headquarters: France
Founded Date: 1960
Employees Number: 1001-5000

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