From Artificial Intelligence To Artificial Consciousness: Possible Legal Bases For The Human-Robot Relatıonships In The Future.
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CitationOleksiewicz, I., Civelek, M.E. (2019), From Artificial Intelligence To Artificial Consciousness: Possible Legal Bases For The Human-Robot Relatıonships In The Future., International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR), (2019), 7(3), 254-263.
In the future, robots will increasingly resemble human beings and people will engage in social interaction with them. Accordingly, this paper aims to pave the way for analyse the research problem in the case of social robots, the probable legal status of artificial intelligence in the future. The article will discuss the differences between artificial intelligence versus artificial consciousness because AI poses societal challenges so it is currently undergoing a number of important developments and the law must be rapidly changed in society so that firstly, the difference between artificial intelligence and artificial consciousness is attempted to be demystified. Subsequently, the analysis will be subjected to a current legal status of Artificial Intelligence in EU with particular emphasis on case-law in matters of intellectual property. Also possible future scenarios will be discussed in this article The starting point of the research were source queries and literature studies aimed at jointly defining competence profiles of robot-human and key from the point of view of cybersecurity challenges 4.0. Next, the most important legal and political EU programming documents were analysed and assessed in terms of their vision of society 4.0. Next, a decision-making method was used to see the impact of particular instruments applied by the union in the framework of the policy of cyberspace protection and the phenomenon of robot-human relations. In connection with this, the following basic questions arise: firstly, the direction in which contemporary policy of combating cyber-terrorism should be aimed at institutional and legal matters, and secondly, to what extent well-guided cyber-security policy is able to influence the security of relations robot-human?