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Legal status of artificial intelligence in the Russian Federation, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Netherlands.

ФИО студента: Kurban Abdurakhmanov

Руководитель: Kseniia Kondrateva

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

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

The study focuses on artificial intelligence in the Russian Federation, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Netherlands; the work narrates about the development of robotics and artificial intelligence over the past decades. Moreover, the work provides a definition of artificial intelligence based on classification, general provisions of the functioning of artificial intelligence, schemes of neural networks, universal concepts inherent in programming. At the same time, the study focuses on the issue of legal standing and the status of artificial intelligence in law. In addition, the final qualifying work discusses the issues of liability for harm caused by artificial intelligence. In addition, issues of an ethical and philosophical nature are resolved: the threat to the existence of mankind, mass unemployment, the disappearance of professions, and ways of solving them are proposed. Among other things, proposals are being made on the legal regulation of artificial intelligence. To top it off, the study recommends unifying the practice and theory for the development of law in the field of artificial intelligence.

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