March 01, 2023

New AI & Authorship Policy Introduced

Follow-up to AI & Authorship from Exchanges Reflections: Interdisciplinary Editor Insights

A new policy of interest to authors using AI tools to support their research or writing has been introduced.

As discussed last month, the Exchanges Editorial Board have been considering the introduction of a new policy relating to authors and their use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools. As of the end of February, this new policy has been introduced and is line with best practice ethical guidance, and current publishing practices.

Briefly speaking, AI tools cannot be cited as authors within any Exchangespapers and authors are solely responsible for any and all contents of their manuscripts. Additionally, where AI tools are used to prepare any portion of the manuscript, the usage of these tools needs to cited, explained and transparent. In this way, authors are not denied the usage of AI tools within their work, but need to demonstrably show how such tools have contributed to their research, writing and related endeavours.

For more information see:

Announcement: New AI Policy Introduced

Journal Policies: Authorship & AI Tools Policy

Or of course, contact the journal to discuss this further.

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