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AI & SOCIETY

AI & SOCIETY

Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication

Editor-in-Chief: Karamjit S. Gill

ISSN: 0951-5666 (print version)
ISSN: 1435-5655 (electronic version)

Journal no. 146

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EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor: Karamjit S. Gill
Professor Emeritus, Human Centred Systems
University of Brighton,
Brighton BN2 4 GJ, UK
email: editoraisoc@yahoo.co.uk

Editor/North America: Victoria Vesna
Department of Design, Media Arts, University of California,
Los Angeles, 1300 Dickson Art Centre, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA
email: vesna@arts.ucla.edu

Open Forum Editor: David Smith
Emeritus Professor, University of Wales, Newport,
PO Box 179, Newport, NP18 3YG, UK
email: athrylith@email.com

Student Forum Editor: Satinder P. Gill
CMS Faculty of Music
University of Cambridge, UK
email: spg12@cam.ac.uk

Review Editor: Richard Ennals
University of Agder, Department of Working Life and Innovation
Box 509, 4898 Grimstad, Norway
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Skill and Technology, Linnaeus University
351 95, Vaxjo, Sweden
email: richard.ennals@gmail.com


ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Massimo Negrotti
IMES University of Urbino
Via Saffi 15, 61029 Urbino, Italy
email: massimo.negrotti@libero.it

Toyoaki Nishida
Department of Intelligence Science & Technology, 
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University,
Yoshida-Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan
email: nishida@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Larry Stapleton
INSYTE
Waterford Institute of Technology
Cork Road, Waterford
Republic of Ireland
email: larrys@eircom.net

Arun Tripathi,
Independent Scholar,
Central University Tibetan Studies,
Sarnath – 221007, Varanasi,
UP, India
email: tirelessarun@googlemail.com

Sha Xin Wei
School of Arts, Media and Engineering
Arizona State University
PO Box 875802
Tempe AZ 85287-5802
USA
email: shaxinwei@gmail.com

STUDENT FORUM

Associate Editors
Amy Stapleton (EU Erasmus /Mundus Network)
Dept. Angellier,, UFR LLCE, Langues, Littératures et Civilisations Étrangères,
Université de Lille, France
Email: amystapleton89@gmail.com

Natalia Kobza (ESTIEM Network)
European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management, Poland
Email: Natalia.Kobza@estiem.org

Advisors
Dietrich Brandt (Aachen University)
Email: brandtdietrich@gmx.de

Larry Stapleton (WIT, Ireland)
larrys@eircom.net


ADVISORY BOARD


Parthasarathi Banerjee, Goa Institute of Management, India

Seth D. Baum, Global Catastrophic Risk Institute, USA

Ghislaine Boddington, body>data>space, UK

Margaret Boden, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, UK

Peter Broedner, Information Systems Department, University of Siegen, Germany

Joanna J. Bryson, University of Bath, UK

Alan Bundy, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, UK

Elizabeth F. Churchill, Google, USA

Mike Cooley (Patron), 95 Sussex Place, Slough, Berks SL1 1NN

Stephen Cowley, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Ian Cross, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, UK 

Kerstin Dautenhahn, University of Hertfordshire, UK

Peter Day, School of Art and Design, University of Brighton, UK

Daniel Dennett, Centre for Cognitive Studies, Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA

Georgi Marko Dimirovski, St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia and Dogus University of Istanbul, Turkey 

Hubert Dreyfus, Dept of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA

Marcus Foth, QUT Urban Informatics, Australia

Tania Fraga, Institute of Mathematics and Arts of Sao Paulo: IMA-SP, Brazil

Renate Fruchter, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Stanford, USA

Francesco Garibaldo, Fondazione Claudio Sabattini, Italy

Bo Göranzon, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Peter P. Groumpos, University of Patras, Patras, Greece

Tommi Himberg, Aalto University, Finland

Ashok Jain, EMPI Business School, New Delhi, India

Zhouying Jin, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, 100732, China

Ivan da Costa Marques, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

David E. Martin, University of Virginia, USA 

Aldo de Moor, CommunitySense, The Netherlands

Carol Moukheiber, University of Toronto, Canada

Abbe Mowshowitz, The City College of New York, USA

Alok Nandi, Architempo and ULB, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Ajit Narayanan, Aukland University of Technology, New Zealand

Caroline Nevejan, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

Lauge Rasmussen, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark

Caterina Rehm-Berbenni, PROMIS, Luxembourg

Kathleen Richardson, De Montfort University, UK

Klaus Ruth, University of Bremen, Institute Technology and Education, Bremen, Germany

Colin T Schmidt, LeMans University & ParisTech, France

Douglas Schuler, The Evergreen State College, USA

Jagjit Singh Srai, University of Cambridge, UK

Guglielmo Tamburrini, Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche, Universita di Napoli Federico II,  Italy

Phil Turner, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Diane Whitehouse, The Castlegate Consultancy, UK

Terry Winograd, Dept of Computer Science, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA

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    AI & Society: Knowledge, Culture and Communication, is an International Journal publishing refereed scholarly articles, position papers, debates, short communications, and reviews of books and other publications. Established in 1987, the Journal focuses on societal issues including the design, use, management, and policy of information, communications and new media technologies, with a particular emphasis on cultural, social, cognitive, economic, ethical, and philosophical implications.

    AI & Society has a broad scope and is strongly interdisciplinary. We welcome contributions and participation from researchers and practitioners in a variety of fields including information technologies, humanities, social sciences, arts and sciences. This includes broader societal and cultural impacts, for example on governance, security, sustainability, identity, inclusion, working life, corporate and community welfare, and well-being of people. Co-authored articles from diverse disciplines are encouraged.

    AI & Society seeks to promote an understanding of the potential, transformative impacts and critical consequences of pervasive technology for societies. Technological innovations offer a great potential for societies, but also pose existential risk. Rooted in the human-centred tradition of science and technology, the Journal acts as a catalyst, promoter and facilitator of engagement with diversity of voices and over-the-horizon issues of technology and society.

    The journal is in three parts: a) full length scholarly articles; b) research in progress and reflections; c) Student Forum for young researchers to communicate their ongoing research to the wider academic community, mentored by the Journal Advisory Board; Book Reviews and News; Curmudgeon Corner for the opinionated.

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