The AI spectrum under the doctrine of necessity: Towards the flexibility of the future legal praxis

  • Lambrini Seremeti School of Education, Frederick University of Nicosia, 1036 Nicosia, Cyprus; Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Semantic Interconnected Symbiotic Education Environments, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Peloponnese, 263 34 Patras, Greece
  • Ioannis Kougias Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Semantic Interconnected Symbiotic Education Environments, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Peloponnese, 263 34 Patras, Greece
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Keywords: artificial intelligence; doctrine of necessity; legal system; society

Abstract

Society is rapidly changing into an implicitus one. The main factor leading to this societal transition is the integration of artificial intelligence (AI), influencing all aspects of anthropocentric legal order. The deep concern to safeguard fundamental human rights under unforeseeable circumstances threatening hypostasis, leads those who are involved in the legal praxis to reorganize the legal system to ensure its functional continuity. To this purpose, a reliable extra-legal tool, such as the doctrine of necessity, is proposed, to validate the issue of AI development that falls outside the purview of any legal process, though, being necessary for society prosperity.

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2024-05-21
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Seremeti, L., & Kougias, I. (2024). The AI spectrum under the doctrine of necessity: Towards the flexibility of the future legal praxis. Computing and Artificial Intelligence, 2(1), 1258. https://doi.org/10.59400/cai.v2i1.1258
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