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Impact of New Technologies on International Relations Discussed in Beijing

... a seminar focusing on the impact of new technologies on international relations. The event was organized by Huayu analytical center. During the seminar, Nikolay Markotkin, RIAC Media and Government Relations Manager, gave a lecture on the impact of AI technologies on the world economy and international security. In particular, his report focused on the risks of using artificial intelligence to modernize strategic weapons. The lecture was followed by a discussion on the same theme.

15.09.2019

"Sociality and Digitalization: the Boundaries of Autonomy" Scientific Workshop

... public life, “new sociality” and prospects for digitization of social space in connection with the adoption of the 2017–2030 Strategy for the Development of an Information Society in the Russian Federation, approved by the Executive Order. Nikolai Markotkin, RIAC AI Project Coordinator, spoke about “Russian Industrial Engineers in the Context of the IV Industrial Revolution” in the framework of an expert session on “Sociality and Digitalization: the Boundaries of Autonomy”. Reports were ...

29.06.2019

RIAC Hosts Discussion of Model Convention on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

... participants included: Andrey Krutskikh, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cooperation on Information Security, Ilya Rogachev, Director, Department of New Challenges and Threats Issues, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Oleg Eskin, Chief Designer at Concern «Granit», OJSC, Major General of the Federal Security Service of the reserve, Vladimir Ovchinsky, Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Vladislav Shershulsky, Microsoft Technology ...

24.05.2019

Artificial Intelligence: Challenges and Threats for Russia

The main threat to modern Russia is that it will be relegated to the status of an outsider country in the AI race, supplementing the export of crude oil with that of raw data and leaving the advanced technological processes and added value to more developed ...

13.02.2019

RAI. Remotely Accessible Intelligence

Remotely Accessible Intelligence: The Near Future for Our World A certain period of political thought came to an end in the 20th century. Its basic concepts, such as ʻabsolute power,ʼ ʻabsolute state,ʼ ʻabsolute revolution,ʼ and 'absolute war' had already petered out a few decades ago. We believe that the world is ...

21.01.2019

International and Social Impacts of Artificial Intelligence Technologies

... Paper No. 44 / 2018 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 ...

18.12.2018

Three Groups of Threats from Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems

Some experts believe that maintaining strategic stability in the coming decades will require a revision of the foundations of the deterrence theory in the multipolar world Using autonomous technologies, artificial intelligence and machine learning in the military sphere leads ...

14.11.2018

Artificial Intelligence: Time of the Weak

Current Status, International Trends, Myths and Prospects of AI Application Introduction The term “artificial intelligence (AI) normally denotes a computer program, i.e. an algorithm , that is capable of solving problems which an adult human brain can solve. The International Dictionary of Artificial Intelligence ...

02.11.2018
 

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