The mission of the AI Ethics Journal (AIEJ) is to bridge the gap between the scientific and humanistic disciplines by publishing innovative research on ethical artificial intelligence (AI). By working at a thoughtful intersection between technology and society, the AIEJ offers unique insights into both the already present and long-term ethical impacts of artificial intelligence on society, culture, and technology. The AIEJ is fundamentally dedicated to facilitating the conversations that are the key to producing holistic solutions. This journal is published by the AI Robotics Ethics Society (AIRES).
The AI Ethics Journal is an open-access bi-annual international journal publishing original peer-reviewed articles, letters, research, and perspectives on ethical and societal issues that stem from the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) has or will have on humanity. Articles published in the AIEJ are of general interest to the broader community of scientists and philosophers, regardless of their research specialties. The AIEJ especially welcomes studies and ideas that are not completely polished or thoroughly researched, but seek to expose a deeper truth.
It is the goal of the AI Ethics Journal that all of our articles be fully accessible and comprehensible for a wide audience, free to both authors and readers. While we recognize the value of producing specialized work for particular academic and expert niches, AI has the potential to transform the human world as we know it, and it will do so for all of us. As the world’s first research journal to specifically encompass the field of AI ethics, we believe that information about narrow and general AI technology and the ethical issues related to them should be made reasonably approachable by all those whose futures will be affected. Relevant research areas impacted by the AIEJ includes (but are certainly not limited to) artificial intelligence, automation, autonomous machines, bioethics, cognitive science, computer science, data science, deep learning, design, education, emerging technologies, engineering, entertainment, ethical implementation, finance, fintech, future of work, healthcare, human resources, labor, law, legaltech, logic, machine learning, mathematics, manufacturing, and medicine.
Members of the following audiences may find our articles particularly relevant to current developments in their fields: programmers, computer scientists, philosophers, physicians, emerging technologists, engineers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, industry professionals, regulatory leaders, consultants.