Human-Machine Communication focuses on the theory and practice of communication with and about digital interlocutors, which may take the form of artificial conversation entities, artificially intelligent software, embodied machine communicators (robots), and technologically-augmented persons (cyborgs), as well as on communication in the context of machine spaces (virtual and augmented realities) and human-machine configurations. Additionally, the journal will publish contributions that shed light on the relationship between human and machine, as constructed through discourse and interaction.
The deadline for submissions for V3 will be June 15, 2021, and the publication will be in Feb 2022.
Current Volume: Volume 1 (2020) Inaugural Volume
Opening Space for Theoretical, Methodological, and Empirical Issues in Human-Machine Communication
Leopoldina Fortunati and Autumn P. Edwards
Toward an Agent-Agnostic Transmission Model: Synthesizing Anthropocentric and Technocentric Paradigms in Communication
Jaime Banks and Maartje M. A. de Graaf
Building a Stronger CASA: Extending the Computers Are Social Actors Paradigm
Andrew Gambino, Jesse Fox, and Rabindra A. Ratan
The Robot Privacy Paradox: Understanding How Privacy Concerns Shape Intentions to Use Social Robots
Christoph Lutz and Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux
Interlocutors and Interactions: Examining the Interactions Between Students With Complex Communication Needs, Teachers, and Eye-Gaze Technology
Rhonda McEwen, Asiya Atcha, Michelle Lui, Roula Shimaly, Amrita Maharaj, Syed Ali, and Stacie Carroll
Sharing Stress With a Robot: What Would a Robot Say?
Honson Y. Ling and Elin A. Björling
- Autumn Edwards
- Volume Editor
- Leopoldina Fortunati
- Associate Editors
- Chad Edwards
- Patric R. Spence