On the question of the need to use artificial intelligence technologies in the activities of the National Guard troops of the Russian federation: the legal aspect

Volume 6, Number 2, 2021, P. 164–169


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Artificial intelligence as a technology of the future at the present stage of development of society is actively expanding its capabilities. In this regard, the problem arises of the application of the rule of law when solving issues that reflect the essence and technical regulations of its use. The article discusses the technological foundations and the possibilities of using artificial intelligence systems in the law enforcement activities of the Russian Guard. Artificial intelligence is understood as a complex of technological solutions that makes it possible to imitate human cognitive functions (including self-learning and search for solutions without a predetermined algorithm), and to obtain, when performing specific tasks, results comparable, at least, to the results of human intellectual activity. This complex includes information and communication infrastructure, software (including where machine-learning methods are used), processes and services for data processing and finding solutions. Methods and essence of artificial intelligence are described. Approaches to taxonomy are investigated. The main features of artificial neural networks are determined, in particular, the ability to situational adaptive learning, to identify non-obvious connections and patterns. An artificial neural network is understood as mathematical models, as well as their software or hardware implementations, built on the principle of the organization and functioning of biological neural networks — networks of nerve cells of a living organism.


Rosgvardiya, artificial intelligence, information interaction, types and properties of information, information
resource, state security, public security, artificial neural networks


Yuliana A. Evstratova, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminalistics of the Faculty (command), St. Petersburg Military Order of Zhukov Institute of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg, Russia

For citation:

Evstratova Y.A. (2021). On the question of the need to use artificial intelligence technologies in the activities of the National Guard troops of the Russian Federation: the legal aspect. Sotsial’naya kompetentnost’ = Social Competence. Vol. 6. No. 2. P. 164–169. (In Russ.)


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