Estimating Ukrainians’ approval of European Union values using artificial intelligence
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Keywords:democratic values, artificial intelligence, European Union, integration
This article aims to assess the worldviews and beliefs of respondents that have developed in Ukraine regarding the European Union using artificial intelligence (AI). The study examines the changes in attitudes and beliefs regarding the implementation of European Union values in society. The paper represents an attempt to understand the survey result with the use of AI. The estimation of Ukrainian citizens' values shows the growing tendency of Ukrainians to adhere to the values of democracy, personal freedom, the value of personal life toward the European Union beliefs. The study shows insufficient satisfaction with European values and beliefs in society due to the insufficient compliance with the law. Creation opportunities and encouraging people to spread views and beliefs of European Union values will support the adoption and dissemination of democratic values.
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