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Conference proceedings ISC Conference - Volgograd 2020

Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1100)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Artificial Intelligence as a Subject of the Digital Economy

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Pavel Matukhin, Aleksandra Galkina, Irina Isaeva, Elena Provorotova, Natalia Komissarova
      Pages 3-12
    3. Pavel M. Gureev, Viktoriya V. Degtyareva, Inna S. Prokhorova
      Pages 13-20
    4. Mikhail Iu. Zakharov, Irina E. Starovoytova, Anastasia V. Shishkova
      Pages 21-27
    5. Irina I. Dubinina, Evgenia V. Gulyaeva, Liudmila G. Kompaneeva
      Pages 36-49
    6. Igor Ivanov, Tat’yana Luk’yanova, Olga Belova
      Pages 50-59
    7. Natalia V. Putilo, Natalia S. Volkova, Natalia V. Antonova
      Pages 60-75
    8. Evgenia E. Frolova, Elena P. Ermakova, Olga V. Protopopova
      Pages 76-87
    9. Gilyan V. Fedotova, Galina F. Ushamirskaya, Yuriy I. Sigidov, Tatyana I. Kuzmina, Natalia V. Mandrik
      Pages 88-97
    10. Valentina V. Poliakova, Oksana A. Revzon, Sona L. Sumbatyan
      Pages 98-103
    11. Nelli A. Saveleva, Victoria P. Erdakova, Evgeniy S. Ugriumov, Tatiana A. Yudina
      Pages 104-110
    12. Marina B. Trachenko, Ekaterina S. Ulanova, Anastasia V. Kozhanova
      Pages 111-122
    13. Yulia G. Tyurina, Anatoly A. Samorukov, Marina A. Kolmykova, Nadezhda I. Seliverstova
      Pages 123-130
    14. Sabina R. Sharipova, Elena R. Schislyaeva, Elena S. Balashova, Olga A. Saychenko
      Pages 131-138
    15. Inna V. Ershova, Olga A. Tarasenko, Ekaterina E. Enkova, Elena V. Trofimova
      Pages 139-147
    16. Anna N. Zhilkina, Oleg N. Zhilkin, Vladimir K. Krylov
      Pages 148-155
    17. Natalia Z. Aliyeva, Elena B. Ivushkina, Nelli I. Morozova, Sergey L. Vasenev
      Pages 156-161
    18. Nelli I. Morozova, Olga S. Buryakova, Natalia Z. Aliyeva
      Pages 162-166
    19. Fyodor G. Myshko, Anatoly Y. Olimpiev, Anna Y. Alexandrova
      Pages 167-171
    20. Yuri V. Przhedetsky, Natalia V. Przhedetskaya, Kseniya V. Borzenko, Tatiana V. Panasenkova
      Pages 192-200
    21. Valerii L. Muzykant, Olga V. Shlykova, Elena Yu. Burdovskaya, Roman A. Savastenko, Elizaveta V. Muzykant
      Pages 201-209
    22. Oksana Y. Yatsenko, Irina E. Starovoytova
      Pages 210-214
    23. Fatima A. Shebzukhova, Ahmat A. Ebzeev
      Pages 215-220
    24. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Sergey S. Chernykh, Olesya E. Labadze, Evgeniya V. Zazulina, Roman K. Litvyak
      Pages 221-227
    25. Elena A. Dergacheva, Oleg E. Backsanskij, Nataljya V. Popkova, Nataljya V. Petrukhina, Irina V. Shlemina
      Pages 228-236
    26. Viktor I. Bondin, Nikolay P. Lyubetsky, Sergey I. Schalohyan, Maxim V. Gerasimov, Sergey I. Samygin
      Pages 237-247
    27. Sergey S. Chernykh, Valeri V. Kasyanov, Irina G. Paliy, Anna V. Strichko, Svetlana S. Tikhonovskova
      Pages 248-255
  3. Contradiction of the Nature of AI

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. Innara R. Lyapina, Olesya A. Stroeva, Elena V. Sibirskaya, Oksana E. Konobeeva, Elena E. Konobeeva
      Pages 295-305
    3. Natalia N. Skeeter, Natalia V. Ketko, Aleksey B. Simonov, Aleksey G. Gagarin, Irina A. Tislenkova
      Pages 306-318
    4. Olga A. Serova, Vyacheslav V. Golikov, Elena S. Petrenko, Nikita O. Stolyarov
      Pages 331-337
    5. Natalia A. Ilyina, Alla A. Serebryakova, Platon A. Lifanov, Chinara R. Kulueva
      Pages 338-344
    6. Irina V. Reikhanova, Larisa A. Ilyina, Sergey E. Kuklev, Aleksandr A. Zakharov
      Pages 345-351
    7. Arthur V. Varlamov, Yuliana A. Kitsay, Natalia V. Przhedetskaya, Tatiana A. Zabaznova
      Pages 352-358
    8. Vladimir P. Kamyshansky, Evgenia Y. Rudenko, Evgeniy A. Kolomiets, Dina R. Kripakova
      Pages 359-364
    9. Nikolai Lomakin, Alexey Petrukhin, Anna Shokhnekh, Olga Maximova, Irina A. Samorodova
      Pages 365-373
    10. Vyacheslav V. Burlakov, Olesya A. Dzyurdzya, Gilyan V. Fedotova, Aminat H. Alieva, Elena N. Kravchenko
      Pages 374-383
    11. Gilyan V. Fedotova, Ruslan H. Ilyasov, Natalia E. Buletova, Tatyana A. Yakushkina, Timur K. Kurbanov
      Pages 384-393
    12. Alexander A. Silaev, Marina V. Bukhtoyarova, Galina Yu. Parshikova, Snezhana V. Atoyan
      Pages 394-403
    13. Svetlana E. Sitnikova, Natalia S. Polusmakova, Nikolay Y. Golovetsky
      Pages 404-410
    14. Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Roman A. Romashov, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Svetlana G. Golenok, Elena A. Bryleva
      Pages 411-416

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book presents advanced research studies on the topic of artificial intelligence as a component of social and economic relations and processes. It gathers research papers from the International Research-to-Practice Conference “The 21st Century from the Positions of Modern Science: Intellectual, Digital and Innovative Aspects” (May 23–24, 2019, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia) and the International Research-to-Practice Conference “Economics of Pleasure: a Science of Enjoying Economic Activities” (October 3–5, 2019, Prague, Czech Republic). Both conferences were organized by the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization “Institute of Scientific Communications” (Volgograd).

What sets this book apart from other publications on the topic of artificial intelligence is that it approaches AI not as a technological tool, but as an economic entity. Bringing together papers by representatives of various fields of social and human knowledge, it systematically reflects on various economic, social, and legal aspects of the creation, application, and development of artificial intelligence. Given the multidisciplinary nature of its content, the book will appeal to a broad target audience, including those engaged in developing AI (scientific research institutes and universities), and Industry 4.0 enterprises interested in its implementation, as well as state regulators for the digital economy.


Keywords

Artificial Intelligence Scientific and Technical Revolution Anthropogenic Nature Modern Russia ISC

Editors and affiliations

  • Elena G. Popkova
    • 1
  • Bruno S. Sergi
    • 2
  1. 1.Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)MoscowRussia
  2. 2.Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian StudiesHarvard UniversityCambridgeUSA

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