In the face of the ongoing migration crisis that started in 2015 but has changed its face due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owing to the intensified movement of people at Poland's, Lithuania's and Latvia's borders with Belarus since 2021 and recently also as a result of the armed conflict in Ukraine that has seen millions of Ukrainians flee the territory of their country, more intense application of modern technologies is required in controlling international movement of persons. The aim of this paper it to present the threats and opportunities of the use of artificial intelligence in migration-related procedures in the context of relevant regulations in the European Union. The achievement of this goal is made possible by an analysis and interpretation of the most recent international publications on migration and artificial intelligence adopted at the EU forum. It will also indicate proposed further actions of the EU and the Member States in order to make even more effective use of the latest technologies in managing the migration phenomenon.
|Data udostępnienia||16 lis 2022, 14:38:00|
|Data mod.||16 lis 2022, 14:38:00|