Authorship

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Artificial intelligence and research outputs – A Research Integrity resource

A downloadable document to serve as a foundation for an institutional guidance document on artificial intelligence and research outputs.  This is Creative Commons 3.0 (attribution) document, so it can be used for the basis to create a resource for your institution, with acknowledgment of AHRECS.  Institutions can buy a subscription to https://www.ahrecs.vip for $350 per year.  A tax invoice will be provided for these payments.  The material has an enduring and non-exclusive license.  So an institution needs only purchase a subscription once and the material can be used multiple times to underpin policies, procedures, guidance material and professional development material.

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An AI researcher? – A Human Research Ethics discussion activity

As AI that is used in research become smarter it raises some interesting questions

                1. Are they more impartial than humans?
                2. Should they or their programmers be listed as co-author or at least acknowledged?

This very topical discussion sheet could be used in the context of discussions about conflicts of interest, authorship and respect.

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