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Democratizing Artificial Intelligence and Reform of Economic System－From the Restraints of Competition
Machine Learning,Block Chain,Concerted Action,Price Discrimination,Reletive Dominant Position,RegTech,SupTech,
|Publication Year :||2020|
For economists, the reason why society is so closely tied to technological development may be that technology makes some things much cheaper; if technology can make everything cheaper, then technological development will transform into a comprehensive change in the economic system. With the current development and application of artificial intelligence, it is almost certain that the future will be a process of democratizing artificial intelligence. Our goal is not only to deepen the application of artificial intelligence, but also to make it available to experts in all fields so that we can lower the cost of forecasting and usher in the new economy.
Law is an indispensable cornerstone of the economic system, and its impact on the democratization of artificial intelligence should not be underestimated. When artificial intelligence needs to be used commercially across multiple domains, companies may leave the pricing to artificial intelligence, and derive more commercial benefit from it. Artificial intelligence may contribute to the overall welfare of society, but it may also have the negative effect of restricting competition in the marketplace, particularly in the case of concerted practices and price discrimination, which may have an impact on existing competition laws. Therefore, this thesis analyzes the legally derived competition restriction problems of artificial intelligence through the multiple perspectives of technology and economics, and proposes an awareness of the problem and a research conclusion.
Under the interaction of technology and law, the problem of competition restriction derived from artificial intelligence may not be solved by law alone, but also requires the assistance of technology to enforce competition law. In addition, whether or not industrial policy and competition restriction norms can complement each other is also crucial to the future development of artificial intelligence, and thus, technology needs an appropriate legal framework to develop successfully. Therefore, this paper focuses on the changes in the economic system brought about by the democratization of artificial intelligence in the context of competition enforcement, in order to construct a future model of technology enforcement.
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