NIST AI Public Working Groups
NIST brings together AI practitioners, researchers, and other interested parties alike to better understand how AI technology may create impacts for individuals, organizations, communities, and the world. Broad and diverse points of view are the bedrock for trustworthy and responsible AI technology design, development, deployment, and use. Active participation in NIST public working groups ensures that many voices are included and empowered, and contributes to setting robust research directions, increased efficiency of research, and the acceleration of priority guidance for trustworthy and responsible AI efforts.
Generative AI Public Work Group (GAI-PWG)
The NIST Generative AI Public Working Group was established in July 2023 to spearhead the development of a cross-sectoral AI RMF profile for managing the risks of generative AI models or systems. This Profile will enable robust use of the AI Risk Management Framework to address the risks of this set of technologies. Over 2300 public volunteers have joined this effort and are actively collaborating to build out four program areas for the Profile:
- Content Provenance
- Pre-deployment Testing
- Incident Disclosure
The cross-sectoral AI RMF profile is slated for public review in the early 2024. Requests to join the GAI public working group are being accepted.