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CFP Delphi: Interdisciplinary Review of Emerging Technologies

Delphi is a pioneering interdisciplinary review of emerging technologies as seen through the perspectives of experts from the fields of science and technology, ethics, economics, business and law. Inspired by the idea to encourage inclusive, thoughtful – and sometimes unsettling – debates on the many opportunities and challenges created by technological progress, the international quarterly review brings together authors with different professional backgrounds as well as opposing views. Contributions to Delphi come in compact formats and accessible language to guarantee a lively dialogue involving both thinkers and doers.

What’s in it?
Delphi reviews recent developments in artificial intelligence and robotics, digital and financial technologies, as well as in bio, health and human enhancement technologies. We invite authors from Delphi’s focus disciplines science and technology, ethics, economics, business and law to contribute articles, essays and country/thematic reports and to critically review relevant books, art and media. The length of the contributions should range between 1000 and 3500 words. All submissions should be written in British English. Contributions will be subject to a quality check by experts before acceptance for publication.

Break Out of Your Silo: Present your ideas to a new audience of experts with
other professional backgrounds. Contextualise your work within the broader
discourse.
● Collaborate: Take advantage of our network of experts from other countries
and disciplines to collaborate on cross-cutting analyses of an emerging tech
topic.
● Reach Out Globally: The review is read internationally by thought leaders in
business, research and policy, giving a boost to your contribution’s visibility.

Deadlines for Submission
● Delphi 3/2019: 15 June 2019
● Delphi 4/2019: 15 September 2019




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