Special Issue "Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Exploring the Impact of AI on Politics and Society"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2021.
2. SGH Warsaw School of Economics, 02-554 Warszawa, Poland
Interests: smart cities; smart villages; international political economy (IPE); information and communication technology (ICT), esp. artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain; innovation driven growth and development; evidence-driven policy-making; effective government and governance
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In popular discourse, artificial intelligence (AI) has turned into the issue that will challenge politics and society. The debate and, as a matter of fact, confusion about AI, are fueled by the fact that the mechanisms behind AI remain unclear not only to the general audience, but also to the key actors involved in the debate. As a result, the fact that AI is in fact around us and citizens benefit from its advantages on a daily basis is unrecognized. This in turn limits the propensity of several stakeholders to embrace and effectively support AI-based solutions at diverse levels of the policy-making process and the functioning of society. The objective of this Special Issue is to encourage research showcasing the real and the potential impact of AI on politics and society and its role in promoting sustainable growth and development.
The Guest Editor of this Special Issue welcomes submissions that address, but are not limited to, the following issues:
- AI and politics: issues, policies, tools, techniques and applications, legal and ethical concerns;
- AI and its application in daily life: issues, developments, challenges, opportunities, legal and ethical concerns;
- AI and safety and security: issues and developments, legal and ethical concerns;
- AI and modern warfare: issues and developments, legal and ethical concerns;
- AI and citizen well-being: issues, techniques, applications;
- AI and smart cities: issues, techniques, applications;
- AI and the business sector: issues, techniques, applications;
- Country and regional case studies, including Belt and Road Initiative, the Single Market, the WTO and DSM, etc.;
- Conceptual approaches;
- Comparative insights;
- Covid-19 inflicted implications.
Prof. Anna Visvizi
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)