The periodical is authored by Matjaž Perc, Mahmut Ozer, and Janja Hojnik and was published in 2019. It is accessible on the Springer Nature database through https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0278-x. Perc is a faculty member of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the University of Maribor in Slovenia, Ozer works at the Ministry of National Education in Turkey, and Hojnik member faculty of Law University of Maribor, Slovenia.
I chose this article because it concerns an exiting topic that I am interested in, and in the perspective of my discipline – sociology. Also, the article is recent; thus, it is likely to expound the concerned topic according to the current issues. Lastly, it is reviewed and published in Springer Science, which is credible databases.
Ebadi, Bushra. “Artificial Intelligence Could Magnify Social Inequality.” Centre For International Governance Innovation, 2018, https://www.cigionline.org/articles/artificial-intelligence-could-magnify-social-inequality. Accessed May 18th, 2020.
The article is authored by Bushra Ebadi. Ebadi is a columnist at Centre For International Governance Innovation under the topic of Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technology. The article was published in 2018, and it is accessible on the official website for Centre For International Governance Innovation through https://www.cigionline.org/articles/artificial-intelligence-could-magnify-social-inequality.
I chose the article mainly because of Ebadi’s professional background. Her background stands out in technology and sociology and garners confidence concerning her ideas in sociology and artificial intelligence. She is a social innovator using her multidisciplinary skills in advocating for and designing sustainable, innovative solutions to sophisticated global challenges. She has a background in policymaking and social systems. Besides, her article concerns social equality and artificial intelligence, which is among the areas I intend to address in my research. Lastly, the article is about two years old; hence its currency is appropriate.
Ernst, Ekkehardt et al. “Economics of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for The Future of Work.” IZA Journal of Labor Policy, vol 9, no. 1, 2019. Walter De Gruyter Gmbh, doi:10.2478/izajolp-2019-0004. Accessed May 18th, 2020.
The journal article is authored by Ekkehardt Ernst, Rossana Merola, and Daniel Samaan. It was published on August 14th, 2019, and it is accessible on the IZA Journal of Labor Policy through https://doi.org/10.2478/izajolp-2019-0004.
I chose the article since it is relevant to my research topic of interest, artificial intelligence. Furthermore, it concerns economics and future work, which is an exciting topic to cover when considering the implications of artificial intelligence. From a sociological perspective, I intend to study the ramification of the economic impacts of artificial intelligence on social stratification. Critical areas in that topic include the future of work and human resources, which are covered in this article.