Document Type : Original Article


1 PhD in International Relations and President of the Iranian International Studies Association(IISA), Tehran, Iran

2 PhD in international law and a permanent member of the Iranian International Studies Association(IISA), Tehran, Iran



From the beginning of the age of technology, every new idea, innovation, and invention has helped humans start a new era of economic growth. The prediction of an algorithmic revolution that can seriously challenge the global governance model is not far from expected. Here, governments should increase their understanding of the potential impact of artificial intelligence and change their governance model in the context of the advancement of this technology. This critical issue needs to be solved in the new geopolitics and the future of technology. In this research, while examining the current and possible changes in the power factors of governments through artificial intelligence technologies, the new geopolitics of this technology is explained. The method used in this research is descriptive-analytical, and library tools and electronic resources used to collect data.


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