International law

The generalized disruptive trends projected by the growing proliferation of robotic and artificial intelligence systems in many of the spheres that converge around social dynamics advise the progressive strengthening of international cooperation; particularly, to contain the pernicious effects that around the development of political, economic and social relations, including its affectation to the enjoyment of internationally recognised human rights, may have on a global and state scale the expansion of its use.

Under this work and study approach, DIAR understands international law as a regulatory framework that, together with other regulatory spaces –both private and public (for instance, the Law of the European Union)–, must converge in the attempt to reduce the harmful consequences of this new technological dimension, and, consequently, the reflection on its instrumental suitability is of particular interest given the regulatory challenges that must be addressed.