Artificial Intelligence And Social Media: Self-Regulation And Government Control


One of the promising areas of development of countries in the twenty-first century is the growth and application of new novel technologies, among which artificial intelligence is given priority. At the national level, the strategies are being evolved and carried out. Introducing artificial intelligence into the companies and organizations' operations and into the government activities as a whole, the creation of new artificial intelligence products is pivotal, according to these policies. Many countries are fighting hard for the leading place in the process of introducing artificial intelligence into everyday life, among them the USA, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain, China, etc. Russia is no exception. For the development of artificial intelligence technologies, strategies are being shaped, new standards are being adopted that reflect the nature of the technology. At the same time, it is important to determine the degree of impact of artificial intelligence technologies on various areas, one of which is social media, banding the users from all over the world. It is also necessary to mark what kind of technology is used on this or that social media platform. To obtain the most complete and objective data a sociological survey was conducted among the population of various countries, which made it possible to form the public's position regarding the use of artificial intelligence technologies on social networks.

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Kovaleva, N. N., Anisimova, A. S., Tugusheva, Y. M., & Danilova, M. A. (2022). Artificial Intelligence And Social Media: Self-Regulation And Government Control. In S. Afanasyev, A. Blinov, & N. Kovaleva (Eds.), State and Law in the Context of Modern Challenges, vol 122. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 347-352). European Publisher.