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open-access-imgOpen AccessLEGAL APPROACHES TO THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTS REGULATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ITS MEMBER STATES
Author(s)
T. S. Zaplatina
Publication year2020
Publication title
vestnik universiteta imeni o. e. kutafina
Resource typeJournals
PublisherKutafin Moscow State Law University
This article is devouted to the analises of legal approaches to the regulation of artifi cial intelligence in the European Union and its member states. The European Union, Austria, France and Germany legal regulation analysis shows that at that moment there is no single approach regarding the legal regulation of artifi cial intelligence and robots. So, current legal rules are not fully applicable in the scope of contractual liability, that creates need for the adoption of new eff ective standards meeting modern technological achievements and innovations. There is important role of ethical and legal issues associating with risks in the fi eld of human rights and fundamental freedoms, issues developing ethical principles in artifi cial intelligence algorithms. The single legal European approach will help to avoid fragmentation of the EU Member States legislation and will expand the possibilities of mutual recognition in the cross-border use of robots and robotic systems.
Subject(s)business , computer science , european union , fundamental rights , human rights , international trade , law , law and economics , legislation , member states , political science , programming language , scope (computer science) , sociology
Language(s)English
ISSN2311-5998
DOI10.17803/2311-5998.2020.68.4.121-128

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