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Belikova K.M. —
The development of artificial intelligence in Brazil: emphasis on the military sphere and the questions of intellectual property
// Law and Politics.
– 2021. – № 10.
– P. 1 - 21.
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0706.2021.10.36096 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=36096
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The subject of this research is the development of artificial intelligence in Brazil based on the recently adopted act “National Strategy for the Development of Artificial Intelligence” of April 2021 with an emphasis on the military sphere through the prism of legislative provisions on intellectual property, potential and needs of the country, as well as real joint projects with its foreign partner Israel in the sphere of procurement and engineering of unmanned aerial vehicles (Harpia, Elbit Hermes 900 and 450, IAI Heron). The relevance of this article is substantiated by timely consideration of the legal perspective of the approaches of Brazil towards the implementation of artificial intelligence, as multiple foreign states aim to implement the adopted strategies in this sphere. The scientific novelty consists in the following positions: artificial intelligence can be implemented in production, public safety and public authority, through ensuring the due level of the development of such crucial components as education and human resources, scientific and technology infrastructure, and business foundation, legal regulation and management, as well as taking into account international experience. At the same time, the technologies underlying artificial intelligence and machine learning – computational models, algorithms of classification, clusterization, educational, and others are not subject to patenting in Brazil (same as in the European Union), although are regarded as inventions for solution of technical issues – as the engineering applications of artificial intelligence.
AI Strategy, intellectual property, unmanned aerial vehicles, military technologies, artificial intelligence, mathematical methods, Brazil, BRICS, patenting, armed forces