Based on the specific stages of artificial intelligence, relationships with company directors can be divided into two categories: One is artificial intelligence as an assistant director and the other is artificial intelligence as an independent entity. It means that we faced two challenges in our corporate law. One is the issue of whether or not a director of a company should transfer authority to artificial intelligence, which allows artificial intelligence to do what the original director needs to do. The other is whether the company director has the obligation to ask the artificial intelligence to provide policy decisions and advice under certain conditions.
As a general rule of thumb, directors must fulfill their direct management obligations as company management personnel. However, this does not mean a fundamental transfer of the management function itself. However, the directors must acquire and retain the knowledge and skills they should possess as directors, so they can not give their own authority to others at will, and the management authority of the most important character should not be granted to others. In the United Kingdom, the Company Act of 2006, completed through a ten-year legal amendment, did not prohibit directors from granting others the authority to manage the company. Under Article 5 of the Demonstration Agreement, the directors may grant their authority to any person or committee when it is appropriate for them to recognize, under circumstances that do not violate company terms. However, for individuals or committees to be adopted here artificial intelligence must be included in it. And whether Article 49 of the Chinese Companies Act is enforced or not. There is a question of whether the directors grant of their authority to others is limited to corporate professional managers or to other non-corporate professional managers. I personally think that this should be broadly interpreted. In situations where there are no other provisions in the company s
terms and conditions, the director must grant authority to others to improve the management efficiency of the company. After a director of a company has granted a partial authority to artificial intelligence, the director of the company must assume legal responsibility for the corresponding result that occurs. Company directors are subject to
“caution” or “honesty” obligation before making a policy decision. Inevitably, certain information must be understood as a reference for decision making prior to policy decision. Otherwise, it would be a breach of your duty of care.
If the artificial intelligence takes an active role, whether or not it will be legal is one of the key issues. The legal personality of artificial intelligence is supposed to be a limited legal personality. There are some legal issues in the artificial intelligence becoming a company director. Whether or not a company director of artificial intelligence is listed first must solve the question of whether a non-natural person can become a company director.
If you can not become a director of a non - natural Indian company, an artificial intelligence robot can not be a company director, of course. When securing the policy decision of artificial intelligence, it is necessary to formulate a
policy that meets the state s obligation based on the computer operation method that was originally established and the information obtained. Artificial intelligence director, although moving, is non-natural in the end, so he does not suffer physical and mental punishment and mental stress. At the same time, artificial intelligence is not a corporation, so it is difficult to receive monetary sanctions. Therefore, it is necessary to convert post-relief to preventive measures, and to cope with the challenge of artificial intelligence more effectively.