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FRR Quality Mark for Robotics and AI

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Uploaded by RRI Tools on 21 June 2019
Last modified on 15 July 2019

The Foundation for Responsible Robotics in partnership with Deloitte

The Quality Mark for Robotics and AI is a label on robotics products that indicates to consumers that this product has been assessed/evaluated by an independent external expert group on responsible robotics.

Why the FRR Quality Mark for Robotics and AI?

The number of robot applications in key areas such as deliveries, autonomous transport, policing, the service industry, entertainment, elder care, child care, medicine, surgery, healthcare and agriculture is massively increasing.

The worldwide proliferation of these Robotics and AI technologies is beginning to impact significantly on human lives.  Despite its touted successes, cracks are beginning to appear, and questions are being asked about social justice, gender and race bias, as well as about privacy and the erosion of other human rights.

The Foundation for Responsible Robotics has partnered with Deloitte to create the FRR Quality Mark for Robotics and  AI. Through this quality mark we want to empower producers to produce both ethically and responsibly. Of equal importance, we want to build trust between developers of Robotics and AI and the consumer.. The aim of the quality mark is to promote important features of products that will contribute to a better world, including sustainability, integrity, safety and security, and ethical design together with a consideration of societal impact. We want to ensure that best practices are met for the responsible design and development of the technology.

FAQ

  • What is the Quality Mark for Robotics and AI?
  • Why should I care about the QM?
  • Is the QM for products or for companies?
  • How do I know if a product has the QM?
  • Who is involved with the QM?
  • Who is responsible in case something happens to a product with the QM?
  • What qualifies for the QM?
  • How are the products awarded the QM?

Want to know more? - download the brochure

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