As billions of new smart devices are expected to be used in homes and
industries over the next decade, it is anticipated that artificial intelligence will continue to evolve and be applied to more uses, creating an
integrated and empowered smart infrastructure that can span across a
continent, linking urban, industrial, transportation and lifestyle aspects of
The emergent artificial internet of things (AIoT) won’t deliver on its
promised benefits unless people can trust it to be much more effective, as
well as safe and secure. In fact, NXP published a pioneering white paper on
the importance of AI ethics and its applications to edge computing, titled
The Morals of Algorithms.
The Intelligent Secure Trustable Things (InSecTT) project aims to
provide explainable and trustable AI, a generic cross-domain reusable
technology block for secure and reliable intelligent wireless systems in
cross-domain use cases such as health, smart infrastructure, urban public
transport, aeronautics, automotive, railway, manufacturing, maritime and
building construction and management.
It’s hoped that this technology
innovation will foster greater user trust and therefore encourage adoption.
Smart Home Devices
NXP is both a member of InSecTT’s core leadership team managing more than 40
partners across various initiatives and serves in a technical capacity on
specific use cases, such as wireless connectivity and enhancing the
reliability and trustworthiness of AI and machine interpretability,
confidentiality and resistance to adversarial examples, such as hacks. We’re
applying expertise we’ve acquired from offering a robust AI portfolio for
automotive, industrial, smart city and smart home applications.
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