The ethics of the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) is a problem that should be legislatively regulated in connection with the development of robotics and digital technologies. This was announced to reporters by the head of the State Duma Committee on the Financial Market Anatoly Aksakov on the sidelines of the seminar “Digital Transformation and Prospects for Regulating the Digital Economy” held at the Sberbank Corporate University.
As Aksakov emphasized, now “many robots perform actions that are very similar to humans, or almost completely repeating, copying what animals do.” “That is, a lot of what we read and saw yesterday, either in science fiction films or in books, is already a reality today. I would not be surprised if after a while the film “Terminator” becomes a reality, we need to prepare for this, and one of the problems that we need to legislatively regulate is the ethics of the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence, and of course, we have to think about cybersecurity all the time. about how to maximally protect both the personal data of a person and the person himself, ”said Aksakov.
“In principle, the issues of the relationship between a robot and a person are also security issues, we must always keep them in mind, and prescribe them accordingly in the legal plan,” the deputy said.
According to Aksakov, in the speeches of the Chairman of the State Duma Viacheslav Volodin and the head of Sberbank German Gref it was said that, “unfortunately, in many areas of development of the digital economy. which will determine the appearance of the economy, and the social sphere, and industry and agriculture, and health care, and education ”Russia is still at the beginning of its journey and lags behind the leading countries. At the same time, there is some groundwork that has been formed by Sberbank, which allows us to say that we can overcome this lag in a short time, reach those who have gone ahead and become one of the leading countries in technological development, ”the deputy stressed.
And for this overcoming laws are needed, added the head of the Duma committee. “We are now working on a number of laws, last year those were adopted that allow you to receive remotely various services, and government services, and educational and medical, and financial, too,” he said. At the same time, it is necessary to do a lot in order for the technologies to work, allowing to get away from paper workflow, technologies that allow the active use of unmanned vehicles, and so on, the parliamentarian noted. “This requires laws. We must seriously work on this this year, and in the spring session I expect that we will accept some of them, ”concluded Aksakov.
Russian news agency TASS