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This special issue will focus on the trustworthiness of evolvable systems, and how trust comes into play in how we interact with them.
Some researchers and practitioners might consider it to be appropriate to apply evolutionary methods without worrying about trust, on the assumption that those who are making policy decisions about applications (in companies, governments, or other areas of AI) will handle trust-related concerns. In this special issue we are opening up a discussion on the perspective that, as with privacy-by-design, these facets might be best not considered as afterthoughts, but as part of the core design process, and therefore an important concern to researchers and practitioners in evolvable systems.
We are therefore inviting papers that explore and contribute to the discussion on questions such as:
The scope of these questions includes both evolution for modelling “real” evolvable systems (e.g. evolutionary game theory) and designing “artificial” evolvable systems (e.g. evolutionary computation). We are interested in exploring to what extent, and how, trust and trustworthiness are relevant in evolutionary social robotics, evolutionary optimisation, evolutionary design, evolutionary game theory, and evolutionary socio-technical systems.
Authors are encouraged to submit high-quality, original work that has neither appeared in, nor is under consideration by other journals. All papers will be reviewed following standard reviewing procedures for the Journal. Papers must be prepared in accordance with the Journal guidelines: www.springer.com/10710.
Submit manuscripts to: http://GENP.edmgr.com Select “Trust, Trustworthiness, and Evolvable Systems” as the article type or when asked if the article is for a special issue.
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