Three AIS Consortium committees have launched… learn more about the:

The Resource Repository Committee

Mission

The purpose of the Resource Repository Committee is to work toward building a critical mass of open-source and exemplar software components for the AIS community.

Scope

The committee has the following mandate and deliverables:

  1. Plan and manage the open-source implementation, distribution and promotion of AIS Consortium sponsored software through member contributions, hackathon events and student projects, collaboration with industry and academia partners, and sponsored research and development opportunities.
  2. Curate, evaluate, collect, aggregate and host the AIS software stack, machine learning models, and exemplar applications from both consortium members as well as partners in the AIS repository.
  3. Identify potential funding from philanthropy, government and individual donors.

The Evaluation and Certification Committee

Mission

The purpose of the evaluation and certification committee is to create and operate an evaluation and certification service for the AIS community, especially for the conformance, compliance and support of the IEEE AIS standards.

Scope

The committee has the following mandate and deliverables:

  1. Define the evaluation service within AISC to provide to both member companies and entities outside of the consortium.
  2. Promote the AIS certification and evaluation benefit to get the adoption (such as included in RFPs, legislations and governmental policies).
  3. Recruit companies that will be certified (with an annual fee to the consortium) to become consulting partners.
  4. Plan, create, market and manage the service for certification of AIS Consortium sponsored standards, primarily those passed by the IEEE AIS standard working group.

The Outreach Committee

Mission

The mission of the outreach committee is to organize, promote, and manage events that provide value to AIS Consortium members and promote the goals of the AIS Consortium. Events include without limitation scientific conferences, trade shows, forums, summits, workshops, and events that are designated as either “open to the public” or “member-only events”.

Scope

The committee is responsible for:

  1. Soliciting input from AIS Consortium members concerning the type and structure of events that will enable the committee to fulfill the above mission.
  2. Recommending events to the AIS Consortium Board of Directors. Recommendations should include dates, venues, formats, value proposition, themes, expected number of attendees, proposed costs, proposed budgets, and any proposed presenters and keynote speakers.
  3. Organize, promote, and manage events that have been approved by the Board.
  4. Proactively consider and make recommendations and proposals to the Board for co-sponsoring and participating in events sponsored or organized by other organizations.
  5. Arranging and overseeing the production and publication of papers, media, reports resulting from events.
  6. Providing input on policies concerning event fees, participation, and privileges as they relate to membership benefits.
  7. Creating a draft schedule of events for each year, to be completed and submitted to the Board no later than 31-October of the preceding year.