StratML for AIKR
W3C AIKR Community Group (W3C AIKR CG)
Plan period: from 25/02/2020
- AIKR: The knowledge that an AI system uses to perform its function
The goals originally set forth in this draft are from an E-mail message sent by Carl Mattocks in preparation for a televideo conference on February 25, 2020. This was then later combined with content from an article written by S. Justin Stoltzfus, at https://www.techopedia.com/job-role-ai-strategist/2/34090.
- AIKR Community of Practice (Responsible)
W3C AIKR Community Group (W3C AIKR CG)
More trustworthy AI business capabilities.
To demonstrate how StratML can be used to define AIKR business capabilities.
Internal Business Processes
AI KR in eGovernance
Goal Statement: Define the Relation between AI, KR and eGov
Define an expound the relevance of AI KR to eGovernance
Provide Pointers towards work to be done to leverage KR for eGov
KR Corpus Analysis
Goal Statement: Overview of KR methods and tools
Survey and list standard KR techniques used in AI(fifty years worth of research)
Gather and analyse resources from the corpus (corpus analysis)
Extract core entities to map the AI KR domain
AI KR for Neuroscience
Goal Statement: Define the relation between AI, KR and Neuroscience
How can KR help to advance Neuroscience?
Goal Statement: Publicly present the work being done
Goals without a Balanced Scorecard perspective
Goal Statement: Define what AIKR is
Goal Statement: Identify and validate the existing frameworks available
Goal Statement: To get StratML adopted as the standard for defining AI strategies
Goal Statement: Develop a method/strategy for evaluating the trustworthiness of AI
Goal Statement: To define, in StratML format, the role of the AI Strategist.
The role of the AI Strategist is defined in StratNavApp.com here. The resulting StratML Part 2 is available:
A second one has now emerged here.
Goal Statement: Facilitate use of ontological information statement to explain AIKR capabilities
- Ontological: showing the relations between the concepts and categories in a subject area or domain.
Goal Statement: To explain how StratML can be used to track the capacity of an AIKR competency with one or more KPIs
- Machine Learning
|Carl will set up fortnightly meetings of this group; same time of day||25/02/2020||True|
|Owen to draft a StratML plan for an "AI Strategist" and see if we can engage the AIKR community in it||25/02/2020||False|
|Carl to send Chris and Jorge instructions for joining AIKR||
Jorge already joined.
|Paola to demonstrate a simple ontological search - Chris to circulate the example he did for Owen previously||10/03/2020||True|
|Research pre-existing KPIs for AI, if there are any||10/03/2020||False|
|Owen to translate the Principles (from the screen) into a performance plan for this group (including merging with the previous attempt)||10/03/2020||False|
|Paola to share some material for commitments and obligations, which Chris and Own can map to the StratML Part 2 standard to see if it fits||10/03/2020||False|
|Chris Fox will convert Carl Mattocks's Performance Plan into StratNavApp/StratML||31/03/2020||True|
|Jorge to upload a picture of himself||
Hi Chris, For some reason the photo is not showing. Tried vivaldi and Firefox, jpeg and png.
|Create a shortlist of frameworks for trustworthiness versus explainability||
Explainability is a subset of trustworthiness.
A shortlist of 2-4 frameworks, for example:
We need a list, rather than the detailed design for the frameworks.
After that, we need to identify the metrics for each framework.
|Agree a series of meetings/emails to discuss||False|
|Merge Justin's AI Strategist Role profile with the StratML rendering of Carl's earlier attempt||
I think we agreed that this should be done, but not who would do it or when. Any volunteers?
|Merge the two competing plans which outline the role(s) of the AI (KR) Strategist||False|
|Chris Fox to look at the ordering of the Goals in the StratML output 10/6/2020||10/06/2020||True|
|All to review the text of the AI KR Strategist role and add notes as appropriate 25/6/2020||25/06/2020||False|
Chris is an independent business strategy consultant based around London, and the founder of StratNavApp.com.