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Dmitry Scheftelowitsch

Research fellow at TU Dortmund University, specialist in autonomous decision-making systems

Maksim Karliuk

Research Fellow at the HSE – Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development, National Research University Higher School of Economics

Anton Kolonin

PhD in Technical Sciences, Founder, Aigents, Architect, SingularityNET, RIAC Expert

Sergey Karelov

Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Witology, Chairman of Board of League of Independent Experts, RIAC Expert

Nikolay Markotkin

Media and Government Relations Manager at the Russian International Affairs Council

The Working Paper focuses on possible impacts of related technologies, such as machine learning and autonomous vehicles, on international relations and society. The authors also examine the ethical and legal aspects of the use of AI technologies. The present Working Paper of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) includes analytical materials prepared by experts in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and autonomous system, as well as by lawyers and sociologists. The materials presented here are intended to contribute to the public dialogue on issues of artificial intelligence and the possible consequences of using this technology.

The Working Paper focuses on possible impacts of related technologies, such as machine learning and autonomous vehicles, on international relations and society. The authors also examine the ethical and legal aspects of the use of AI technologies. The present Working Paper of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) includes analytical materials prepared by experts in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and autonomous system, as well as by lawyers and sociologists. The materials presented here are intended to contribute to the public dialogue on issues of artificial intelligence and the possible consequences of using this technology.

International and Social Impacts of Artificial Intelligence Technologies, 4.6 Mb

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