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Scientific Integrity: Eric Rubin

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In today’s scientific landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising research methodologies and scientific writing, reshaping how we conduct and disseminate research. As AI’s presence grows, so do questions surrounding ethics, authenticity and the integrity of scientific publications. While AI brings benefits like efficiency and new ideas, it also brings challenges like bias and fake information.
Now, we wonder: what should, and shouldn’t we publish?

Hear Dr Eric Rubin, Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, and Professor Nick Fisk, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research & Enterprise at UNSW Sydney, as they offer invaluable insights into ethical considerations in AI-integrated research, explain what should not be published considering technological advancements, and pinpoint red flags to steer clear of in scientific literature.

Presented by UNSW Medicine & Health

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In today’s scientific landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising research methodologies and scientific writing, reshaping how we conduct and disseminate research. As AI’s presence grows, so do questions surrounding ethics, authenticity and the integrity of scientific publications. While AI brings benefits like efficiency and new ideas, it also brings challenges like bias and fake information.
Now, we wonder: what should, and shouldn’t we publish?

Hear Dr Eric Rubin, Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, and Professor Nick Fisk, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research & Enterprise at UNSW Sydney, as they offer invaluable insights into ethical considerations in AI-integrated research, explain what should not be published considering technological advancements, and pinpoint red flags to steer clear of in scientific literature.

Presented by UNSW Medicine & Health

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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