'Meticulously commendable': AI's fingerprints found all over recent academic papers

Tell-tale signs of genAI are rising fast

John Leonard
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'Meticulously commendable':  AI's fingerprints found all over recent academic papers
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'Meticulously commendable': AI's fingerprints found all over recent academic papers

A new study has found that AI tools such as ChatGPT were likely used to assist with a significant number of research papers published in 2023, mostly without proper disclosure.

The study, ChatGPT ‘contamination': estimating the prevalence of LLMs in the scholarly literature was conducted by Andrew Gray of University College London Library Services. Gray analysed millio...

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