High tech and legal challenges: Artificial intelligence-caused damage regulation

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Abstract

With the rapid development of IT and high-tech manufacturing, artificial intelligence has become a complex issue whose resolution is one of the highest priorities in the development of the high-tech society. The application of artificial intelligence, much like the application of many other technologies, opens the door to new opportunities and the use of AI for the benefit of organised crime. This issue highlights the need for an effective legal and regulatory framework, which the state itself and state agencies are responsible for putting into place. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyse numerous aspects of the legal regulation of the application of artificial intelligence in contemporary civil law, which faces the challenge of adapting to the rapid advancement of high tech. The authors review international experience in understanding artificial intelligence and its main characteristics, analyse some cases of artificial intelligence-caused damage, and discuss the interpretations and characteristics of artificial intelligence applications as a subject of legal liability. The results of the study give reason to say that the key issues under consideration are connected with the applicability of the concept of guilt to AI aspects, the subjective perception of causality by AI, the possibility of attribution the concept of “intention” to the AI category, and issues of interpretability of AI decision-making processes.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2270751
JournalCogent Social Sciences
Volume9
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • artificial intelligence regulation
  • digitalization
  • legal personality
  • responsibility

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Social Sciences

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