E3S Web Conf.
Volume 159, 2020The 1st International Conference on Business Technology for a Sustainable Environmental System (BTSES-2020)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Chapter 4: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure|
|Published online||24 March 2020|
Criminal Liability of the Artificial Intelligence
Kazan Innovative University named after V. G. Timiryasov (IEML), 42 Moskovskaya str., 420111, Kazan, Russia
2 Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), 76, Prospect Vernadskogo, 119454, Moscow, Russia
3 Kuban State Agrarian University named after I.T. Trubilin, ul. Kalinina, 13, 350044, Krasnodar, Russia
4 Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria km. 10 Idiroko Road, Canaan Land, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Today, artificial intelligence (hereinafter – AI) becomes an integral part of almost all branches of science. The ability of AI to self-learning and self-development are properties that allow this new formation to compete with the human intelligence and perform actions that put it on a par with humans. In this regard, the author aims to determine whether it is possible to apply criminal liability to AI, since the latter is likely to be recognized as a subject of legal relations in the future. Based on a number of examinations and practical examples, the author makes the following conclusion: AI is fundamentally capable of being criminally liable; in addition, it is capable of correcting its own behavior under the influence of coercive measures.
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