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The Cultural and Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Islamic Law Standard: A Fundamental Purposeful Study

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The study tackled the cultural and social impact of artificial intelligence on the Islamic law traits - a fundamental purposeful study. It also discussed the advantages and disadvantages of dealing with this sophisticated technology - Artificial Intelligence - in light of Islamic law. The paper attempted to establish the legal perspective in using this technology. One of the foremost important results the study came up with is that discovering the goals of those working in this technology with regard to development and promotion.

One of the most important recommendations the study also came up with, is Islamic legal authorities need to serve Sharia’s goals and to be independent from others.

“And pursue not that of which thou hast no knowledge; for surely the hearing, the sight, the heart all of those shall be questioned of.” (36) Al-Isra’.

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Shahrouri, A.D.M. (2023). The Cultural and Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Islamic Law Standard: A Fundamental Purposeful Study. In: Yaseen, S.G. (eds) Cutting-Edge Business Technologies in the Big Data Era. SICB 2023. Studies in Big Data, vol 136. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-42455-7_18

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