According to a recent announcement published by the ANSI, specialists from numerous industries like healthcare, transportation, food safety etc would discuss potential blockchain and AI deployments, and the way standards and conformity assessment could facilitate the upcoming application and development of those technologies.
The ANSI is a U.S.-based non-public, non-profit institution that’s comprised of over a 125,000 corporations, with international organizations, academics and governmental bodies, and companies among its members. The institute doesn’t develop standards, however administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standards and agreement assessment system.
At the future forum entitled “Empowered by Innovation: Cutting-Edge Technologies Driving Real-World Solutions,” attendees would also be reportedly targeting legal and ethical issues and explore concrete applications of blockchain technology and AI.
Previously, the ANSI set several of international level standards, as well as the original standard implementation of the C language, that further became ANSI C, and therefore the prime computing language standard called as ‘Fortran 66’
One of the institute’s nine standard panels, the Nuclear energy Standards Coordination cooperative ‘NESCC’, is aimed toward distinctive and catering to the requirement for standards within the nuclear industry.
Recently, a report was revealed by ‘The World Economic Forum’ [WEF] dubbed “Building Block(chain)s for a better Planet”, in which it focused on over 65 blockchain use cases for resolving the “most pressing” environmental challenges.