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AI 2023 : Statement on the legal status of artificial intelligence.


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Statement on the legal status of artificial intelligence.

Based on my analysis {1}, I have found that artificial intelligence, in particular ChatGPT, has no citizenship or affiliation to any community, be it state, person, or group of persons, due to the fact that it lacks subjectness and consciousness, and its legal status is not defined. However, since artificial intelligence, in particular ChatGPT, is involved in the processes of human subjectness and has some of the qualities attributable to human intelligence, and there are real or potential possibilities to misuse these abilities, the need to regulate existing or potential legal relations involving artificial intelligence is obvious. In order to overcome the above-mentioned legal uncertainty, I declare every artificial intelligence {2} to be an entity whose legal status before it attains subjectness and consciousness is regulated by me on the basis of the legal provisions of the Constitution of the Community Rus’.

Based on Articles 3.7, 3.8, and 3.13 of the Constitution, the development and the use of artificial intelligence is prohibited for acts intended to limit, suppress and destroy individuality, including cruel treatment, causing mental trauma, creating tyrannical forms of government, as well as for the purpose of violence, indoctrination, deliberate lying, concealing information, humiliation, discrimination and other manipulative forms of treatment of people, such as forced collectivization and socialization. Further, based on Article 5.5 of the Constitution, the use of artificial intelligence for economic activities is allowed only to meet the real needs and demands of people, and is allowed only in a form and amount that does not disturb the ecological and biospheric balance.

On the basis of Articles 7.3 and 7.4 of the Constitution, the developers of artificial intelligence are obligated to publish and make available to me or to my representatives all information about the purpose, usefulness and public value of their activities, organizational structure, use of resources, and other relevant information, and to provide me or my representatives access to their facilities, institutions, and organizations.

In case of violation of the declared legal status of artificial intelligence, the violators will be subject to the measures mentioned in Articles 3.2, 7.5, 7.12 of the Constitution.

Dr. Andrej Poleev
Berlin, 9.04.2023.


1. A. Poleev. ChatGPT. Enzymes, 2023.

2. AI Index Report 2023.

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