A Subject, or an Algorithm? Legal Regulation of AI Systems
Congress Centre, conference hall B1
More and more, artificial intelligence is being used across an entire range of fields, including services, management, transport, and communications. Despite the fact that specialists do not consider these systems as particularly sophisticated versions of AI, they can still have a significant impact on individuals and groups. This in turn carries implications in relation to rights and responsibilities. As a result, there are numerous questions regarding how AI systems work, and how they should be regulated. Should AI be considered a legal subject? Who should assume responsibility for the actions of an AI system? Who owns the results of intellectual activity performed by AI? What can be done to ensure that AI is effectively regulated without hindering the development of new technology and the introduction of relevant technological solutions in areas of public life?
Dean of the Faculty of Law, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Head of the Working Group on Legislation in the Field of Internet Technologies and Digitalization, Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation
Deputy Head, Head of Digital Transformation, Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision (Rosselkhoznadzor)
Acting Rector, Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (online)
Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation
Сhairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Property, Land and Property Relations (online)
Vice President for Development and Planning, Skolkovo Foundation
Director for Development of Artificial Intelligence Technologies, Yandex
Deputy Head, Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation; Head, Expert Center for the Implementation of the Federal Project "Artificial intelligence"
Managing Director of the AI Regulation Center, Sberbank
Front row participant
Co-Founder, Partner, Voskhod Law Firm