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Competition Between Human and Artificial Intelligence in the Conditions of Industry 4.0


Special issue call for papers from Journal of Intellectual Capital

The submission portal for this special issue will open August, 2019

Guest Editor: Elena G. Popkova, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Focus:
The 21st century is to become a period of establishment of artificial intelligence (AI) as the key breakthrough digital technology of Industry 4.0. Thus, there has been active scientific research of the specifics of AI and algorithms and principle of its work. At the same time, the concept of artificial intellectual capital in the integrity of knowledge, skills, and experience, which intellectual machine possesses, and the created non-material assets, remains insufficiently elaborated.

Social consequences of authomatization of routine economic operations, connected to growth of unemployment rate, transformation of the labor market, and modernization of the market of science and education, are studied in detail on the basis of the past three industrial revolutions. However, the Fourth industrial revolution will lead to authomatization of intellectual economic operations on creative decisions, personnel management, execution of non-routine economic, and R&D.

In the conditions of Industry 4.0, a new phenomenon in the economic practice will be competition between human and intellectual capital. Its poor elaboration and deep social consequences (including mass unemployment in the sphere of intellectual labor) actualize scientific research. This special issue will publish high-quality research papers reporting original research. Diversity of research approaches is encouraged.

Topics:
Submissions are welcomed from the following list, but other relevant topics will also be considered:

Labor market/Production:

  • Intellectual production in the conditions of Industry 4.0: competition between humans and machines as bearers of unique knowledge, skills, and experience;
  • Advantages and drawbacks of using human and artificial intellectual capital in production and distribution in the conditions of Industry 4.0;
  • Interdependence of humans and machines during creation and increase of intellectual capital in the conditions of Industry 4.0.

Innovations/Soft assets:

  • R&D in the conditions of Industry 4.0: combination of the elements of human and artificial intellectual capital;
  • Pros and cons of humans and machines during creation of soft assets in the conditions of Industry 4.0;
  • The problem of registration, protection, and implementation of ownership rights for non-material assets, created by AI.

Regulation/management:

  • State regulation of competition between human and artificial intellectual capital in the conditions of Industry 4.0;
  • Innovational practices of corporate social responsibility within management of competition between human and artificial intellectual capital in the conditions of Industry 4.0;
  • Natural regulation of competition between human and artificial intellectual capital in the conditions of Industry 4.0 in the market of science and education and in the labor market.

In the process of peer-review and selection preference will be given to applied works. Multi-disciplinary studies are also welcomed.

Submission Procedure:
Submissions to this special issue must be made through the ScholarOne submission system here: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jicap

Visit the author guidelines for the journal for full details: http://emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=jic

Ensure that you select this special issue (Competition Between Human and Artificial Intelligence in the Conditions of Industry 4.0) from the relevant drop down menu on page four of the submission process.

Submission Deadline: November 30, 2019. Review cycles will be rapid with the goal of publishing the issue in 2020.

Approximate publications:

  1. Abhayawansa, S.A., Guthrie, J., Bernardi, C. (2019). Intellectual capital accounting in the age of integrated reporting: a commentary. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 20(1), p. 2-10.
  2. Amankwah-Amoah, J. (2018). Human capital flows in failing organizations: an integrated conceptual framework. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 19(4), p. 732-746.
  3. Beretta, V., Demartini, C., Trucco, S. (2019). Does environmental, social and governance performance influence intellectual capital disclosure tone in integrated reporting? Journal of Intellectual Capital, 20(1), p. 100-124.
  4. Dresvyannikov, V.A., Dorofeev, V.D., Taktarova, S.V. (2019). Perception intelligence as an element of human intellectual capital and its assessment among university students. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 16(1), p. 60-86.
  5. Dumay, J., La Torre, M., Farneti, F. (2019). Developing trust through stewardship: Implications for intellectual capital, integrated reporting, and the EU Directive 2014/95/EU. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 20(1), p. 11-39.
  6. Ginesti, G., Caldarelli, A., Zampella, A. (2018). Exploring the impact of intellectual capital on company reputation and performance. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 19(5), p. 915-934.
  7. Jarrahi, M.H. (2018). Artificial intelligence and the future of work: Human-AI symbiosis in organizational decision making. Business Horizons, 61(4), p. 577-586.
  8. Lichtenthaler, U. (2018). Substitute or Synthesis: The Interplay between Human and Artificial Intelligence. Research Technology Management, 61(5), p. 12-14.
  9. Mehrotra, V., Malhotra, A.K. (2019). Extent and gaps in intellectual capital disclosure in the Indian industry. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 16(1), p. 1-20.
  10. Nawaz, T. (2019). Intellectual capital profiles and financial performance of Islamic banks in the UK. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 16(1), p. 87-97.
  11. Smriti, N., Das, N. (2018). The impact of intellectual capital on firm performance: a study of Indian firms listed in COSPI. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 19(5), p. 935-964.
  12. Stacchezzini, R., Florio, C., Sproviero, A.F., Corbella, S. (2019). An intellectual capital ontology in an integrated reporting context. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 20(1), p. 83-99.
  13. Terblanche, W., De Villiers, C. (2019). The influence of integrated reporting and internationalisation on intellectual capital disclosures. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 20(1), p. 40-59.
  14. Tran, D.B., Vo, D.H. (2018). Should bankers be concerned with Intellectual capital? A study of the Thai banking sector. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 19(5), p. 897-914.