Deus Ex Machina is a peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to explore the intersection of machines, artificial intelligence, and philosophy. The journal aims to publish high-quality research papers, reviews, and perspectives that contribute to advancing our understanding of the ethical, social, and philosophical implications of machines and artificial intelligence. Machina welcomes contributions from a wide range of fields, including but not limited to philosophy, computer science, engineering, psychology, sociology, and law.
Deus Ex Machina seeks to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among scholars, practitioners, and policymakers interested in the impact of machines and artificial intelligence on society. The journal aims to foster critical reflection on the promises and challenges of these emerging technologies, with a focus on their ethical and social implications. Machina is committed to publishing innovative and original research that contributes to the development of responsible and human-centered approaches to the design and use of machines and artificial intelligence.