Artificial intelligence crimes are considered near future crimes If not some of them have now begun, Technological development has helped in recent years - Which accelerated in the current period - In the emergence of many of these crimes, The advanced programming of some Artificial intelligence machines has given the ability to build self-experience, Enabling them to make individual decisions in any situations they face like human beings; So we aim from this study legalization of Artificial intelligence crimes To determine the responsible for those crimes and the penalty is imposed on it; The importance of the subject lies in That at this time there is no fields of life that Artificial intelligence did not interfere, and With this widespread, the crimes related to it will increase, It was therefore necessary to examine criminal liability for crimes committed by Artificial intelligence, And who will be responsible?, To determine the real perpetrator to be subjected to legal punishment; The issue raises multiple problems Related to basic problem, If Artificial intelligence committed a criminal offense, who will be the criminally liable for that crime? Resulting in a number of problems such as, Granting legal personality to Artificial intelligence, And the inability of ordinary laws to keep pace with this development; and We have come up with a set of results The rapid spread of AI techniques and their penetration into various aspects of life, With no legislation protecting society from such crimes, This requires the enactment of legislation to organize the production and development of Artificial intelligence techniques, To reach a legal perception that allows criminal accountability. Keywords: criminal liability, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, electronic crimes.
Dahshan, Yahya Ibrahim
"Criminal Liability for Artificial Intelligence Crimes,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2020:
82, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2020/iss82/2