Artificial Intelligence within the Context of Public International Law

Public international law (PIL) cannot directly address the topic of industrial development of the sovereign states; however, the technological developments shall no longer leave PIL untouched. The technological developments can provide significant advantages and economic as well as ecological gains for the states. Artificial intelligence (AI) has rapidly become an important subject to be analysed within the traditionally solid and stable formation of public international law. such as military law, humanitarian law, human rights, law of the sea, law of the outer space, international environmental law and investment law.
The main advantages of AI are numerous, i) AI can guarantee economic advantage and benefit for states; ii) AI can increase the military potential of states and AI can reduce the suffer of civilians in military activities, and iii) AI can promote the solution of the most important challenges, e.g. climate change and many more.