The International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE) founded by renowned information philosopher – the first in the West – Rafael Capurro, has found a new platform after his retirement. Jared Bielby, research associate at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, who took over the role of the editor-in-chief, supported by a team of managing editors, transferred the IRIE to the technical infrastructure of his university. Nevertheless, the IRIE stays to function as the official journal of the International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE) founded by Capurro, too, with Bielby as recent chair. ICIE is “the center for community in the world-wide practice of Information Ethics”, as it correctly states at its website.
Now the first IRIE issue has been published on the new platform. Thematically about Artificial Intelligence from an ethical and social scientific point of view, it’s already volume 28. As always, the journal is online for free.