The head of the Duma Committee on state construction and legislation Pavel Krasheninnikov criticized the idea to use robots to write bills. His words leads to “Interfax” on Thursday, may 25.
About whether it is possible to attract robots to legislative activity, I asked the Plenipotentiary of the government in the lower house of Parliament, Alexander Sinenko. “I was recently at a lecture about artificial intelligence, the advocates of this theory say that soon, in 5-10 years it will be reality. My question is: can robot teach to write laws?” he asked.
The head of the Duma Committee expressed the view that it is impossible. Even if there were such a possibility, “nothing good” of this would have happened, I’m sure Krasheninnikov. He noted that due to the rapid development of technology, the representatives of certain professions can remain without work. “And the people where to go?” — the Deputy asked.
Earlier Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited the Kazan IT-Lyceum, where he was shown a robot who can dance, grow plants and play football. Watching the robots-football players, Medvedev jokingly offered to replace them participants of the Russian national team.
On 20 March, the speaker of the lower house of Parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin said the need in the near future to raise the issue of legislative regulation of human interaction with robotic devices.