The following papers will be available in the next issue.
Three decades of research on innovation and inequality: causal scenarios, explanatory factors, and suggestions
Shades of gray: understanding the ethics of society’s technology and innovation propensities using national culture
William H.A. Johnson
The changing context of innovation management: A critique of the relevance of the stage- gate approach to current organizations
Paul Trott, David Baxter, Paul Ellwood and Patrick van der Duin
Realism about ocean energy: further thoughts on
Matthew Hannon, Renée van Diemen and Jim Skea
Examining the Effectiveness of Support for UK Wave Energy Innovation since 2000. Lost at Sea or a New Wave of Innovation?
William Kingston (figures and table as yet unavailable)
Simone Natale, Deceitful Media: Artificial Intelligence and Social Life after the Turing Test
Timon Beyes, Robin Holt and Claus Pias, Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies
Benedetta Brevini, Is AI Good for the Planet?
Erik J. Larson, The Myth of Artificial Intelligence: Why Computers Can’t Think the Way We Do
Isabel Pedersen and Andrew Iliadis (eds) Embodied Computing: Wearables, Implantables, Embeddables, Ingestibles
Ben Shneiderman, Human-centered AI
Eddy M. Souffrant, Global Development Ethics: A Critique of Global Capitalism
Yarden Katz, Artificial Whiteness: Politics and Ideology in Artificial Intelligence
Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, On Trans-humanism