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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Olga Dremova
Anticipating the Impacts of Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Threats
2019
The recent advancement in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies pushed governments worldwide to recognize its disruptive impact on social, economic, ethical, and legal issue. In recent years, a number of countries have released policy documents to lay out a strategy to maximize AI’s opportunities and mitigate its threats.

Current study addresses the question of differences in the existing national AI policies. Multiple case study of the national AI policy documents, released in the United Kingdom, the European Union, France, the United States, China and Germany is presented. The key areas of AI research and application are outlined together with main agencies responsible for the policy implementation. Regarding policy measurements in the reviewed national AI policy documents, the output and input indicators are identified and compared.

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