AI Policy Exchange is an independent online journal aspiring to become a one-stop platform for publishing and reading the most pressing discourses on AI policy and governance.
AI Policy Exchange is the brainchild of a small group of graduate students of the Institute of Public Policy (IPP) at the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. They are a group of driven individuals who firmly believe in the primacy of wide-ranging discourse as a mandatory precondition for crafting an effective and just policy framework.
As they understand, most current policy discourses on AI today tend to become too esoteric for ordinary citizens to grasp at the expense of their moral right to know how the burgeoning AI industry is going to impact their lives. They believe AI Policy Exchange can help change that by publishing simple, insightful blogs on topical issues concerning AI policy and governance.
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AI policy and governance is posing many hard and pertinent questions to AI developers, policy researchers, lawyers, economists, sociologists, psychologists, ethicists, and many others, including all the tech conscious Samaritans of the world, who wish to put their points of view on the policy agenda that will govern AI in the future.
How to Submit?
If you wish to write for AI Policy Exchange, please read their guidelines for authors below before sending them your article at editor[at]aipolicyexchange.org with the mail subject line: Article for Publication. AI Policy Exchange will accept blogs for publication on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Guidelines for Authors
Your article must be your original and unpublished work.
The length of your article should ideally range between 750 to 1500 words.
You should provide adequate referencing or evidence for your claims in your article.
Please understand that AI Policy Exchange is published for both technical and general readers, and therefore, they urge you to keep the content of your article as jargon-free as possible.
You agree to contribute your article for publication on AI Policy Exchange under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
If you have any queries, please feel free to reach out to their Media Editor, Ms. Antara Vats (antaravats[at]nls.ac.in, +919650935671).
You can also email at editor[at]aipolicyexchange.org.
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