New Journal: AI and Ethics
A new interdisciplinary academic journal, AI and Ethics, aims to “promote informed debate and discussion of the ethical, regulatory, and policy implications that arise from the development of AI.”
The journal’s co-editors-in-chief are John MacIntyre (computing and artificial intelligence, University of Sunderland) and Larry Medsker (physics, George Washington University). Its board of founding editors includes a range of people across academia and industry.
The journal will “focus on how AI techniques, tools, and technologies are developing, including consideration of where these developments may lead in the future” and “provide opportunities for academics, scientists, practitioners, policy makers, and the public to consider how AI might affect our lives in the future, and what implications, benefits, and risks might emerge.”