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Artificial intelligence: challenges and opportunities - Prometea: the first artificial intelligence of Latin America at the service of the Justice System

Abstract

This article explores the challenges that technological advances in general, and artificial intelligence in particular, introduce to society. First it analyzes the effects of the exponential acceleration within the realm of data processing that lead to the optimization of various human activities, to then consider how the incorporation of such technologies will necessarily entail a new approach to achieve the proper transition toward a system compatible with human rights. In this respect, it is emphasized that development asymmetries are often followed by the need to protect and guarantee the effectiveness of rights, which will require that technological advances be oriented towards inclusive innovations, through an optimized interface system and attentive to the modern form of digital interactions. However, as well as promoting the development of the positive type of artificial intelligence, it also embodies the concern about the lack of conceptual traceability of such systems. Necessarily concluding the inclusion of pre-established guiding principles must be required within the structure of such systems to guarantee their correct use and application.

Keywords:
artificial intelligence; robotics; justice; algorithms; human rights

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