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Assistant Prof., Department of Law, Faculty of Law and Social Science, Payame Noor University, ‎Tehran, Iran‎

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Recourse to the capabilities of artificial intelligence has undoubtedly affected human life. Activists in this field always talk about the effective role of artificial intelligence in ensuring human welfare and security. Countering terrorist acts in cyberspace is one of the issues that have been raised under the title of advantages of artificial intelligence. But the use of this technology, despite its various benefits, has raised serious concerns among human rights defenders for violating some fundamental human rights principles. Concerns of this kind and the lack of comprehensive and enforceable regulations in the field of monitoring and controlling the effects of using artificial intelligence, led the European Union to present a draft law on artificial intelligence (AIA). But given some ambiguities and shortcomings in the content of the draft, have the authors of this document been able to take into account the various dimensions of the human rights challenges posed by the use of artificial intelligence? The present article, with a critical look, seeks to find the answer to this question, by using the analytical-descriptive method.

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