Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
|Title:||Challenges Brought On By Artificial Intelligence||Journal:||Arheologija i prirodne nauke||Volume:||17||First page:||159||Last page:||166||Issue Date:||2021||Rank:||M51||ISSN:||1452-7448||Abstract:||
The wide-spread use of artificial intelligence places in front of us numerous challenges, from those regarding individuals or pose a threat to human rights or cause algorithmic discrimination, to those that interfere with the obligations and legal security of producers of artificial intelligence systems, and even those that compromise the digital sovereignty of countries. A response to these challenges is
the creation of mechanisms at a national and international level that would provide for the safe and controlled use of artificial intelligence systems. The proposal of the EU Artificial Intelligence Act, from April 2021, is a good example of how high-risk artificial intelligence systems can be controlled and safely managed.
|Keywords:||Artificial intelligence | European Union | High-risk artificial intelligence systems | Human rights | Algorithmic discrimination||Publisher:||Centar za nove tehnologije Viminacium Arheološki institut Beograd|
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