Legalization of Artificial Intelligence: Significance and Necessity


  • Sardor Yusupov Ph.D. candidate of Tashkent State University of Law, Tashkent, Uzbekistan


Big Data, artificial intelligence (AI), IT systems, EU law, USPTO, General Data Protection Regulation


The introduction begins by describing the many areas in which AI is used, as well as the various impacts on society. It aims to prevent or at least mitigate the possible negative aspects of the issues brought by artificial intelligence in terms of the creation and application of legislation, particularly in terms of legal regulation that seeks to preserve the benefits of artificial intelligence. Legislation should try to ensure appropriate digital governance, both in terms of algorithmic system development in general and the use of artificial intelligence in particular. The problems associated with controlling the use of learning algorithms such as machine learning are particularly serious. In this context, guaranteeing transparency, accountability, responsibility, and access to change, as well as eliminating hidden biases, is an important task.




How to Cite

Yusupov, S. . (2022). Legalization of Artificial Intelligence: Significance and Necessity. Miasto Przyszłości, 26, 48–50. Retrieved from