“Digital Police” and Artificial Intelligence: Leading Trends for the 21st Century
Andrej Semenihin, Aleksandr Kondrashin
Available Online 17 January 2020.
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- Our paper discusses a new approach to assessing the activity of artificial intelligence (AI) as an independent subject capable of not only logical reasoning, but also a conscious attitude to the world around it with its emotional attachment. The fact that artificial general intelligence (AGI) might appear quickly and perform intellectual tasks reserved for humans is a well-known fact. We suggest that in the future, artificial intelligence will be capable of not only clearly programmed actions, but also actions associated with lobbying its own, not always legitimate interests. This represents some leading trends for the 21st century and thence constitutes an interesting and timely topic for research. In order to suppress the “illegal activities” of artificial intelligence, it might be useful to create a so-called “digital police” which would be able to perform the functions of not only the search agency (police), but also the punitive body (court) without interference from the natural intelligence (human). Our results and outcomes might allow specialists involved in the development and creation of artificial intelligence systems to provide mechanisms for monitoring, protecting and preventing unauthorized actions on his part. In addition, our conclusions might be capable of pointing government structures towards the creation of a harmonious architecture without a risk system of artificial intelligence.
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TY - CONF AU - Andrej Semenihin AU - Aleksandr Kondrashin PY - 2020 DA - 2020/01/17 TI - “Digital Police” and Artificial Intelligence: Leading Trends for the 21st Century BT - 5th International Conference on Social, Economic, and Academic Leadership (ICSEALV 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 204 EP - 209 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.191221.199 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.191221.199 ID - Semenihin2020 ER -