AI and research integrity

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Artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly accepted part of everyday life, but many questions remain about how and when it should be used. There are particular concerns relevant to the role of AI in scholarly research and publishing, and two recent publications consider recent trends and questions relevant to research integrity and quality:

Artificial Intelligence Can Generate Fraudulent but Authentic-Looking Scientific Medical Articles: Pandora's Box Has Been Opened (Journal of Medical Internet Research; also includes published comments that present additional considerations and a reply from the article authors)

Signs of undeclared ChatGPT use in papers mounting (Retraction Watch)

Both of these articles are open access. For more information and resources relevant to navigating the challenges in the conduct and publication of research, please visit the collection of resources gathered by our Research Integrity Group