Call: “Living with AI: An Analysis of Moral and Philosophical Implications in our Everyday Life” issue of Humana.Mente


HUMANA.MENTE Journal of Philosophical Studies

Vol 12, issue 36
Living with Artificial Intelligence. An Analysis of Moral and Philosophical Implications in our Everyday Life

Edited by
Maurizio Balistreri (University of Turin)
Nicola Liberati (University of Twente)

Deadline for Submissions: December 31, 2019

This issue aims to focus the attention on two different main elements: the moral questions emerging through the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) in our everyday world, and the way AI can redefine what it means to be a human being by reshaping the way we look and understand ourselves. Especially, this issue will not merely refer to artificial intelligence as a specific branch of computer science, and it will not be just limited to the analysis of specific computer programs, but it will focus on the broad spectrum of intelligent robots, machines, and systems which use AI at some extent in order to act in our everyday world. Thus, it will also include different technologies like robotics, wearable computers, mobile applications, and smart cities in order to better tackle the change in our society introduced by AI in a more precise way.

We are entering a new age where artificial intelligence will be pervasively intertwined with our everyday lives through many applications. The development of artificial intelligence does not merely introduce new questions related to moral and ethical topics on how we should deal with and through them. AIs seem to redefine our way of living by changing how we look at who we are and what to be a human being means. This issue will focus on these effects in order to understand how we should deal with them, and how we will be shaped by them.

Humana.Mente encourages all interested contributors to submit papers that investigate the challenges and opportunities of an embodied concept of subjectivity, related to the following areas:

  • Morality of things
  • Moral autonomous systems
  • AI and agency
  • Ethics and AI
  • Roboethics
  • Human-robot relations
  • Privacy and digital memories
  • Death in the digital age

Manuscripts can be submitted following the hyperlink “Make a Submission” at the journal website

Deadline for submissions: December 31, 2019

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