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The Dean of the Faculty of Law Gagik Ghazinyan greeted the participants of the session and stressed that the annual meeting is considered to be a report on the implemented scientific research and it is also important for young scholars.

During the scientific session the lecturers of the chairs of Criminal Law, Civic Procedure, Theory and History of State and Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Processing and Criminalistics, Civil Law, European and International Law made their reports. After the annual session the presented 12 reports and scientific works by other lecturers of the faculty will be published in one periodical set.

The financing was carried out within the framework of “Program of support for postgraduates’ research-2018”. Presenting the scientific theme the head of the program explained that the aim of the research is to study the possibilities of impedance spectroscopy as a new method of studying the gas sensitivity of methoxide semiconductor sensors. He also noted that the results received for hydrogen peroxide environment show a greater sensitivity which had been expected at the beginning of the experiment.

-What is artificial intelligence and in which fields can it be applied?

- Artificial intelligence is a sphere of science in which human intellectual creative functions are carried out via program modelling. It can be applied in random sphere of human activity beginning from medical and financial up to consumers’ services. Another issue is the purposefulness of its use. It can be applied in the spheres where there is a danger threatening human health, such as at mining, chemical industry and so on.

- How fast is the pace of integration of robots with artificial intelligence to society?

- Up to last year the USA, Japan, China, Germany and South Korea sold more than 75 % of robots worldwide. In these countries robots have become common and they participate in humans’ everyday life. There robots that can relieve the pain of patients or restore them from a stressful situation, can create music for relevant sphere and so on. Thus, in Japan a robot created a written piece of work which won a prize.

- What is to be expected in the future?

- Today the creative sphere of human activity can be subjected to robots but all this results in the struggle against nature. However developed the AI is we must remember that in some fields robots are powerless. For instance, fires, wars, floods, various disasters can’t be ruled by AI. We consider only the positive aspects of the achievements in this sphere and leave aside its negative impact Artificial intelligence bring to contradictions with nature and as a result we bring human society closer to the end. We must understand that the future is not planned and we don’t know in which direction science is developing.

- Mr. Davoyan, taking into account both positive and negative aspects how effective it is to invest into the mechanisms created by artificial intelligence?

- Investing into this sphere we will get good profit as one robot can replace the work of a few people. We can hardly find any work that can’t be done by a robot. Soon we will have a lot of unemployed whose jobs will be occupied by robots.

- In this case what shall we do to avoid lethal result?

- It is a serious problem for developed countries. Significant efforts are needed not to make the problem deeper. In my opinion we must create an international centre which will consider the risks of application of AI in this or that sphere. We should understand to what extend it can be applied if we want to avoid negative result.

It should be noted that the conference is an annual event and this year it will last for 4 days, 55 young scholars, post-graduates, students of Master’s and Bachelor programs are to make reports.

The Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management Hayk Sargsyan made a greeting speech. Among those present were the head of the Chair of management and Business Karlen Khachatryan, the head of the Chair of Finances and Accounting Hayk Mnatsakanyan, lecturers and students.

On the first day of the conference the reports were made by the lecturers of the Faculty of Economics and Management Vardush Gyozalyan, Narine Mirzoyan, students of the faculty Ashot Nanyan and Yenok Hakobyan, senior researcher of “Amberd” research center Gayane Tovmasyan.

The first report was made by V. Gyuzalyan who presented the socio-economical grounds for the Armenian national movement of 2018. Significant participation of people was explained more socio-economical grounds rather than political factors. G.Tovmasyan spoke about the touristic competitiveness of Armenia. N. Mirzoyan presented the coefficients of creditability of organizations and the peculiarities of determination of the reported models in Armenia.

The scientific leader of the theme, the leading researcher of YSU Center of Strong Fields Physics, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics Garnik Mkrtchyan noted that within the framework of the program they are going to research the processes p coherent electromagnetic radiation and nuclear width, interaction of two-dimensional relativistic energetic zones of semiconductor nanostructures and so on.