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Ethical and Legal Problems Related to Subjectivity and Artificial Intelligence

Author(s): Veselina Slavova, Darina Dimitrova
Subject(s): Philosophy, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Civil Law, Ethics / Practical Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Special Branches of Philosophy, Philosophy of Law
Published by: Национално издателство за образование и наука „Аз-буки“
Keywords: subject; tntelligence; artificial intelligence; ethical norms; legal norms

Summary/Abstract: AI enters more and more spheres of personal and public life, the topic becomes the object of much discussion. The expanding possibilities of these technologies give rise to the need to introduce ethical and legal regulation in order to control them. Hence the question arises as to how far a system can be considered an autonomous entity, similar to the individual possessing this capability. This article examines the question of whether a system with artificial intelligence can be considered a subject in ethical and legal aspect. The aim is to demonstrate the difference between human thinking and behaviour and the activities performed by AI systems in order to outline a framework with ethical and legal norms governing the creation and use of AI. By applying a multidisciplinary approach combining the analysis of philosophical and legal notions of the subject, concepts such as intellect, autonomy, moral and legal responsibility are explored. The conclusion is that no matter how developed these systems are, they cannot be defined as subjects because they cannot perform fully conscious acts and cannot be held morally or legally responsible.

  • Issue Year: 32/2023
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 186-202
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Bulgarian