Psychological Issues in Robotic systems and Advanced Computer Legal Regulation

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Sardor Yusupov

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The paper examines the fundamental issues and paradoxes in the development of legal frameworks to regulate robots, artificial intelligence, and other cutting-edge technology of our day. The work content demonstrates modern legal science and practice's unpreparedness to conceptual and legal design, legal and technical development of regulatory legal acts aimed at legislative fixation and regulation of processes of using artificial intelligence and robots in public relations, as well as the definition of responsibility and appropriate protection modes of legitimate interests, rights, and freedoms in the personality - society - state system. The objective of this research is the resolution of these challenges and conflicts, as well as the identification of directions for the establishment of a legal framework for the control of current innovative technologies and digital processes as they emerge in modern society.

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Yusupov, S. . (2022). Psychological Issues in Robotic systems and Advanced Computer Legal Regulation . Journal of Intellectual Property and Human Rights, 1(8), 17–22. Retrieved from http://journals.academiczone.net/index.php/jiphr/article/view/198
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