Data-driven technologies are taking the oil and gas industry by storm. In DNV GL’s soon to be published annual survey of the senior industry professionals, 56% of the respondents stated that digitalization is their organization’s highest priority for investment in 2020. While industry leaders are eager to maximise the return on their investments, they are also concerned with identifying and managing risks associated with intelligent technology.
Trust underlies all social and economic relations. Trust in intelligent technology encompasses many other dimensions, including political, ideological, ethical, social and corporate dimensions, all of which have associated risks.
DNV GL’s new paper, Trustworthy Industrial AI Systems, explores AI in practice, and puts forward our position on trustworthy AI systems, laying out a pathway towards appropriate verification processes and the assurance of AI in industrial contexts.