The Technology and Artificial Intelligence Collection
To be Confirmed
I.J. ‘Jack’ Good, the British mathematician and cryptographer, famously wrote: “the first ultra-intelligent machine is the last invention that man need ever make, provided that the machine is docile enough to tell us how to keep it under control”.
This was in 1965. Today, Good’s ‘Last Invention’ seems much closer. This collection invites contributions which discuss ethical issues around technology and AI, including ‘deep learning’; risk management; technology in organizations; technology in society; surveillance; big data; cyber-warfare; and practical advice for regulators, developers, engineers and scientists.
A Chapter will normally be between 3000 and 6000 words, but these are not strict word limits, and can be discussed with the Editor. They should be written in English, and presented to the Editor complete and free of spelling and grammar errors. Please see our Manuscript Submission Guidelines for more information.
Chapter Authors will be asked to sign a simple Contributor Agreement, and to warrant that a Chapter does not infringe any copyright or other rights, and that the Author holds the rights to publish the work.