Artificial intelligence has become one of the most relevant technological interventions of the SXXI.
Its impact involves all aspects of people's lives, their social, economic, political and cultural relationships, as well as their interactions with other forms of life and their effects on the environment. All this announces a horizon of transformation that is presented as a civilizational change. Together with biotechnologies, such as genomics and synthetic biology and physics, they have opened the so-called fourth revolution.
Aspects as diverse as production, employment, knowledge, research, education, health, economy and development, among many others, will be traversed in different ways, providing opportunities, but also generating risks. and uncertainties, for which it is necessary to have technically robust and ethically consistent regulatory frameworks that guide the actions and decisions to be followed.