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Civil liability for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence

ФИО студента: Danil Popanu

Руководитель: Olga. S Erahtina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Оценка: 8

Год защиты: 2021

This graduation qualification work is devoted to study of civil liability for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence. The aim of the work is the study of legal relations in the field of artificial intelligence technologies and tort liability institute for a systematic analysis of existing approaches to determine the civil liability regime for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence. The academic work analyzes definitions and identifies features of artificial intelligence systems. The author defines the legal regime of such technologies and characterizes the range of subjects that can be held liable for damage caused by the actions of intelligent systems. In addition, the paper examines functions, civil liability types, the legal basis and liability conditions. The conclusion describes existing approaches to civil liability for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence and gives its legal treatment. Based on the analysis the author correlates the concepts of "artificial intelligence", "robot" and "cyberphysical system", identifies key features of artificial intelligence and on this basis forms the rights and obligations matrix of subjects who can be liable for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence. The study proposes the author's approach to determine the regime of civil liability for damage caused by the actions of artificial intelligence.

Full text (added May 19, 2021)

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