Released! IRIE Volume 29: Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Society
The International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE) is proud to release its 29th Edition hosted on the new platform! The second issue on our new platform is on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Society – Part 2. We invite you to read the journal on the official website of the International Review of Information Ethics.
We bring together a set of papers that were presented at a conference with this title hosted by the Kule Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS) that has made AI, Ethics and Society an area of research focus. The conference was held in May of 2019 (details can be found on the KIAS website). It is also supplemented by papers presented at the AI4IA Conference, in observance of the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI), 28 September 2020.
This edition specifically considers themes in relation to the ethics of AI, legislation and human rights. The authors represented in this Volume also address the AI4IA recommendations insofar they seek to expand on the complexities of AI and its impact on society, international law, children’s rights, education and our understanding of information ethics in relation to the ethics of AI.
IRIE has pioneered ethics in technology and information studies for almost two decades. Leading on topics ranging from gaming to artificial intelligence, IRIE has ventured some of the most thought-provoking conversations of the digital age. As we enter the second year of Covid-19, our global information societies continue to face several information and technology challenges, where leadership in information ethics will become more critical than ever.
IRIE promises to carry forward the academic tradition of addressing the ethics of new challenges started by Dr. Rafael Capurro, founder of IRIE. We invite you to read the journal on the official website of the International Review of Information Ethics.