About the AMC Journal on Responsible Computing:
The ACM Journal on Responsible Computing (JRC) publishes high-quality original research at the intersection of computing, ethics, information, law, policy, responsible innovation, and social responsibility from a wide range of convergent, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and transdisciplinary perspectives. We welcome papers using any or a combination of computational, conceptual, qualitative, quantitative, and other methods to make contributions to knowledge, methods, practice, and theory, broadly defined. Relevant domains include but are not limited to:
- Values and ethics in the design and evaluation of computing and information technology;
- Ethical and societal implications of computing and information technology;
- Public interest technology (information technology that serves the public interest);
- Fairness, accountability, and transparency in computing and information technology;
- Computing, information, health, and wellbeing;
- Approaches to addressing threats such as adversarial machine learning, misinformation, and disinformation;
- Examples of how computing and information can be leveraged to achieve outcomes that benefit humanity.
The journal encourages contributions that address emerging areas in computing and information including but not limited to artificial intelligence, extended reality, internet of things, machine learning, and quantum computing, as well as a wide range of ethical frameworks and perspectives from a contemporary global perspective. Authors from the Global South, from groups currently underrepresented in computing and information, and from communities adversely affected by inequities in computing and information are particularly encouraged to submit. We are particularly interested in papers that bring a convergent, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and transdisciplinary perspective, and that include an orientation toward culturally relevant and situated ethical perspectives and human values.