PRICES include / exclude VAT
Homepage>IEEE Standards>35 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. OFFICE MACHINES>35.080 Software development and system documentation>IEEE/ISO/IEC 24748-7000-2022 - IEEE/ISO/IEC International Standard--Systems and software engineering--Life cycle management--Part 7000: Standard model process for addressing ethical concerns during system design
Sponsored link
Released: 02.12.2022

IEEE/ISO/IEC 24748-7000-2022 - IEEE/ISO/IEC International Standard--Systems and software engineering--Life cycle management--Part 7000: Standard model process for addressing ethical concerns during system design

IEEE/ISO/IEC International Standard--Systems and software engineering--Life cycle management--Part 7000: Standard model process for addressing ethical concerns during system design

Format
Availability
Price and currency
English PDF
Immediate download
96.00 USD
English Hardcopy
In stock
119.00 USD
Standard number:IEEE/ISO/IEC 24748-7000-2022
Released:02.12.2022
ISBN:978-1-5044-9220-1
Pages:86
Status:Active
Language:English
DESCRIPTION

IEEE/ISO/IEC 24748-7000-2022

The standard establishes a set of processes by which engineers and technologists can include consideration of ethical values throughout the stages of concept exploration and development, which encompass system initiation, analysis, and design. This standard provides engineers and technologists with an implementable process aligning innovation management processes, system design approaches, and software engineering methods to help address ethical concerns or risks during system design. IEEE Std 7000 does not give specific guidance on the design of algorithms to apply ethical values such as fairness and privacy.

The goal of this standard is to enable organizations to design systems with explicit consideration of individual and societal ethical values, such as transparency, sustainability, privacy, fairness, and accountability, as well as values typically considered in system engineering, such as efficiency and effectiveness. Projects conforming to IEEE Std 7000 balance management commitments for time and budget constraints with the long-term values of social responsiveness and accountability. To enable this, the commitment of top executives to establish and uphold organizational values is important.

Adoption Standard - Active. A set of processes by which organizations can include consideration of ethical values throughout the stages of concept exploration and development is established by this standard. Management and engineering in transparent communication with selected stakeholders for ethical values elicitation and prioritization is supported by this standard, involving traceability of ethical values through an operational concept, value propositions, and value dispositions in the system design. Processes that provide for traceability of ethical values in the concept of operations, ethical requirements, and ethical risk-based design are described in the standard. All sizes and types of organizations using their own life cycle models are relevant to this standard.