Business Ethics


In the Era of Artificial Intelligence, Special issue of Journal of Business Ethics; Deadline 30 Sep 2020

Call for Papers – Business Ethics in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

Submission Deadline: September 30th 2020

Guest Editors (in alphabetical order):

Artificial Intelligence (AI), defined as “a system’s ability to interpret external data correctly, to learn from such data, and to use those learnings to achieve specific goals and tasks through flexible adaptation” (Kaplan and Haenlein 2019, p. 17), is one of the most popular topics across a variety of academic disciplines, industry sectors, and business functions, and widely influences society at large. While many will first think of computational, organizational, or technological issues related to AI, there is an entire set of ethical dimensions triggered by this new era which urgently need to be analyzed, discussed, and reflected upon. As pointed out by Martin and Freeman (2004, p. 353) “business ethicists are uniquely positioned to analyze the relationship between business, technology, and society”.

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