Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence & Ethics

Vol. 4, No. 1, 2019 - Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence & Ethics

Deadline: May 15, 2019

The introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our contemporary society imposes unique and unprecedented advantages but also ethical challenges.  What is the impact of robots, algorithms, blockchain and AI entering the workforce and our daily lives on the global economy and human society?

The special issue on 'Artificial Intelligence & Ethics' is targeted at aiding a successful introduction of AI into the workforce and society by asking critical questions and unraveling the ethical boundary conditions of our future artificial world.

The special issue is meant to investigate the economic, legal and societal impact of AI from an ethical perspective. The current legal status of robots being referred to as quasi-human will be discussed as for implications to society and democracy.

The findings promise to hold novel insights on future success factors for human resource management but also invaluable contributions for the successful introduction of AI and digital humanities in modern democracies and societies. Innovation’s razor’s edge is thereby aimed to be ennobled by ethical imperatives as old as humankind civilization.

Submissions from all disciplines are more than welcome.

Guest Editor: Julia M. Puaschunder
The New School, The Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis, Department of Economics, New York, NY, Julia.Puaschunder@newschool.edu

Posted: 2019-01-23
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