Successfully concluded the discussion on’The Social Change of Artificial Intelligence and the Response of the National Assembly’
The National Assembly Futures Institute (President Hyun-Gon Kim) successfully concluded the’Artificial Intelligence’s Social Change and the Response of the National Assembly’ held at 2 o’clock ZOOM on May 6 in cooperation with the National Assembly Member Research Group’s Future Economic Research Association.
At the debate on this day, we had a time to look at the state of society that will change due to the development of artificial intelligence, and to find a response strategy at the level of the National Assembly. In the presentation, Park Seong-won, head of the Innovation Growth Group of the National Assembly Future Research Institute and Park Sang-hoon, head of the Governance Group participated. The discussion was attended by Yoobin Kim, Director of the Research Support Office of the Future Research Institute and members of the research group.
Group leader Park Seong-won predicted that artificial intelligence technology will be the driving force that will have the greatest impact on human relations, social environment, and natural environment in the next 30 years through’social issues resulting from the development of artificial intelligence’ through his presentation. And he emphasized the need to use this technology to create the future that our society wants.
With the theme of’Artificial Intelligence and the Politics of the Future’, the first artificial intelligence state theory, Thomas Hobbs’ Leviathan, focuses on not’Technology Dominates Politics’, but’Politics Uses Technology’ with the theme of’Artificial Intelligence and the Politics of the Future’. Explained that there is this. He also noted that Hobbes’ artificial intelligence state was designed to have machine reason and intelligence, but not to have emotion or passion.
In the discussion, Director Kim Yoo-bin analyzed the state of artificial intelligence national R&D projects and the National Assembly under the theme of’legislative tasks related to artificial intelligence’, and presented a legislative task strategy to respond to artificial intelligence. In particular, it is important to reinforce the linkage so that technological advancements, policies, and bills can achieve practical effects while striving to each other, and suggested that various discussions should be continued, centered on the legislature, through agendas from various perspectives.
Rep. Seung-Rae Cho, who is in charge of this research group, said, “There are many issues that need to be considered at the level of the National Assembly, such as how to utilize legislative support through AI, and I hope that such discussions will take place actively through this seminar.”
Director Kim Hyun-gon said, “The National Assembly Futures Institute is fulfilling its mission of forecasting the mid- to long-term future and devising necessary strategies, and is discussing important agendas such as artificial intelligence and social change with experts at the National Assembly and making alternatives. “The researcher will run this effort.”
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