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The Legal Aspects of Using Artificial Intelligence Technologies

Student: Yana Mishkina

Supervisor: Nikita Danilov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This work analyses the problem of artificial intelligence technologies regulation. Particularly, the author identifies the applicable law of Russian legislation to relation with artificial intelligence. The author studies the legal nature and place of artificial intelligence in legal regulation system, proposes a legal definition of the investigated and related categories. In addition, attention is paid to the issue of liability for damage caused by artificial intelligence, in the context of legal personality. Part of research analyses works created by artificial intelligence. The author takes a position that today the legal problems of artificial intelligence technologies regulation could be solved by making appropriate corrections to the existing legislation. The next stage of technology development should be accompanied by a detailed study of special legal institutions and categories.

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