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[Commlist] Call for Papers for JASIST Special Issue and Workshop: AI and Work

Thu Oct 15 09:49:17 GMT 2020

Call for Papers for JASIST Special Issue and Workshop: AI and Work

We hope you are safe in these challenging times! We are inviting submissions for a special issue of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) on the relationship between artificial intelligence and work that might be interesting for many of you.

For more information and the full call for papers please visit:

The special issue has an associated workshop on December 11 and you find more information about the workshop here: Articles can be drawn from any context as long as they foreground the use and implications of AI in work or organizational contexts. The topics of the special issue and associated workshop include, but are not limited to, empirical research and/or theory development in the areas of: 1. The transformation of work practices and service provision in a number of domains.
- Human-AI interactions and communication in work settings
- AI and augmenting worker intelligence
- AI and implications for information practices 2. The multiple scales at which such transformations take place, including individual-, team/group-, organization-, and profession/occupation-level transformation.
- Algorithmic management and decision-making
- Intelligent machines and interpersonal relationships at work
- AI and mass surveillance in organizations 3. The ethical implications of technology-enabled transformations such as job loss, the changing demands of professional readiness in the age of intelligent machines and their implications for educational curricula.
- AI, automation, new jobs and education
- Digital labor, inequality and power

Special issue submission deadline: 30 March 2021.
(Optional) online paper development workshop extended abstract deadline: 20 November 2020.

JASIST does not require authors to pay a fee (no article processing charges, unless the authors choose to make the article open access) and you find more information on the journal website: If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to approach me ((christoph.lutz /at/ or any of the other special issue editors (

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