... ICTs (information and communication technologies) on the platform of the UN. Vladimir Ovchinsky, Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, noted the prospects for the use of AI technologies in operational investigations, law-enforcement, and judicial activity. Vladimir Ovchinsky gave examples of the potential of artificial intelligence in this area from the experience of European, American, and Chinese security services. He also worded the definition of AI used by security services: “Artificial intelligence is a software and hardware infrastructure providing ...
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... 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 ...
... kind of liability also exists in certain former Soviet countries: Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Ukraine. It does not exist in Russia, although it is under discussion. 9 . Brożek B., Jakubiec M. On the Legal Responsibility of Autonomous Machines // Artificial Intelligence Law. 2017, No. 25(3), pp. 293–304. 10 . Khanna V.S. Corporate Criminal Liability: What Purpose Does It Serve? // Harvard Law Review. 1996, No. 109, pp. 1477–1534. 11 . Hage J. Theoretical Foundations for the Responsibility of Autonomous Agents // ...
Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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