Smart Administration ApplicationsInTurkish Administrative Law


İsbir K. B.

BALTIC JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS, vol.16, no.3, pp.3173-3183, 2023 (Scopus)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 16 Issue: 3
  • Publication Date: 2023
  • Doi Number: 10.2478/bjlp-2023-00000238
  • Journal Name: BALTIC JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS
  • Journal Indexes: Scopus, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, EBSCO Legal Source, PAIS International, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, Directory of Open Access Journals
  • Page Numbers: pp.3173-3183
  • Police Academy Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

Digitalization is one of the fastest-growing developments in the last century. As in many fields, the effects of digitalization in law are great. However, when the developments in the world are followed; it is also a fact that digitalization accelerates the transition to artificial intelligence. Therefore, digitalization turns into smart technologies” in many fields. In Turkey, the organization of the Presidency Digital Transformation Office (PDTO), which was established together with the Presidential Government Systemin 2018, with separate public legal personality, is a harbinger of predictions in this area.The National Artificial Intelligence Strategypublished by PDTO will be examined in terms of administrative law. The need for legislation regarding the use of artificial intelligence in administrative law and the steps towards changes in current norms will be determined.On the other hand, with artificial intelligence-supported administrative activities (especially public service and law enforcement activities), the concept of public servant will undergo a radical change. The aim of this study is to bring the investigations, predictions and suggestions about the transformation of electronic administration(e-administration)intosmart administration (s-administration)in the near future, based on the PDTO National Artificial Intelligence Strategyand Information-Data Security Circular, Information-Data Security Guide