Call for Papers: Informatica Special Issue on Superintelligence

GCRI associate Roman Yampolskiy and junior associate Matthijs Maas are—along with Ryan Carey and Nell Watson—guest-editing an upcoming Informatica special issue on superintelligence. The special issue will approach the topic of superintelligence in as multidisciplinary and visionary a manner as possible.

They are looking for original research, critical studies, and review articles on topics related to superintelligence, in particular including

– Artificial Superintelligence
– Artificial General Intelligence
– Biological Superintelligence
– Brain-computer Interfaces
– Whole Brain Emulation
– Genetic Engineering
– Cognitive Enhancement
– Collective Superintelligence
– Neural Lace-Mediated Empathy
– Technological Singularity
– Intelligence Explosion
– Definition of Life
– Definition of Intelligence
– Machine Ethics and Computational Ethics
– Consciousness
– Human Limitations
– Technological Limitations
– Societal risk from machine-generated alternate value systems
– Social Benefit and Existential Risk from Superintelligence
– Domestic Policy Options for Superintelligent AI Development
– International Governance Options for Superintelligent AI Development
– Design Considerations for Superintelligence’s Morality
– The Turing Test

The deadline for submitting papers is August 31, 2017. Final manuscripts will be due November 30, 2017. All submissions and inquiries should be sent either to matjaz.gams@ijs.si and tine.kole@gmail.com or to the special editors:

Ryan Carey, ryan@intelligence.org
Matthijs Maas, matthijs.m.maas@gmail.com
Nell Watson, nell.watson@su.org
Roman Yampolskiy, roman.yampolskiy@louisville.edu

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