Call for Articles: Ethics in AI

Special Issue: Ethics in AI

AI and its related technologies – machine learning, deep learning, rule engines, semantics-based AI and robotics – are an integral part of our lives. From the cradle to the grave, they influence or are responsible for what we think, what we learn, what we believe, what we buy, how and when we travel, whom we love and what we do.

What is much less sure are the ethics of AI, the moral principles that govern how AI is developed, how it is implemented and how it is evolving.

The Editor, Editorial Board and Publisher of Journal of AI, Robotics & Workplace Automation invite submissions for publication in a special issue on AI and Ethics.

Potential topics could include:

•    Ethics in AI and system development
•    AI and data and privacy rights
•    AI and accountability
•    Ethnic, gender and age bias in AI development and implementation
•    Analytics ethics and AI models
•    Data governance for AI and automation
•    Transparency in the implementation and use of AI
•    AI and control
•    Ethics and machine learning
•    Ethical operations and decision-making using AI
•    Perceptions of AI
•    Explaining AI
•    The relationship between AI and robotics and human labour
•    Regulating the use of AI in banking and finance
•    Ethical use of AI in medicine
•    Ethical use of AI in warfare
•    Ethical use of AI in government
•    Ethics and driverless cars

Submission Guidelines:
The deadline for the submission of articles to this special issue is March 10th, 2022

The following types of articles will be considered for publication:

Practice articles: 
Thought pieces, briefings, case studies and other contributions written by practitioners. Articles can be 2,000 to 5,000 words in length.

Research papers: 
Contributions which explore new models, theories and research in AI, robotics and workplace automation. The principal management implications of the submission should be included. Articles can be up to 6,000 words in length.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure that they have practical implications for those working in, or concerned with, the field.

Further, more specific guidance for authors on format and style can be found here.

Questions about this issue may be directed to the Editor, Christopher Johannessen and Daryn Moody, the Publisher.

Manuscript submissions and enquiries should be submitted to the Publisher, Daryn Moody.