Actual Implementations Are Well Within Bounds
A great panel put together by @STMAssoc. @Cla_Russo shares the current state of play around AI use in publishing and begins to outline what might be coming next. #STMWeek2023 #ai #ArtificialInteligence #publishing pic.twitter.com/DP3YhdDGsu— Andrea Chiarelli (@drAChiarelli) December 5, 2023
The bullet points on the slide read as follows:
- The majority of publishers are embracing a range of uses of GENAI
- Responsibility for the content stays with the authors
- Anything beyond basic support tool (grammar checks, etc.) has to be disclosed
- Peer review keeps on being conducted by humans
- Authors and readers don’t use manuscripts or articles as prompts.
The slide was shown during a workshop at the December STM Association meeting in London. The STM Association has released a white paper on the topic of generative AI. The 15-page document is entitled Generative AI in Scholarly Communications.