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Russian and foreign regulation processes in 2020 received a strong impetus for development: American, European and Russian regulators published and approved new documents, standards and data in the AI field, countries formulated new global goals and objectives for the development of the technology.
ICT.Moscow talked with experts in the AI regulation, summed up the results of 2020 and found out about the possible vectors of development in 2021.
In 2020, we observed the next stage, when experts started developing detailed regulation - not the acts themselves were adopted, but approaches towards the regulation of AI were being thoroughly developed. We see that different countries in the world have developed documents that shape vectors in regulation for the next five years.
Executive Director of the Data Research Center for Government Bodies of Sberbank
Director of the Department of Strategic Development and Innovation of the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia
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