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Papers with Evidence of AI Writing

Academic publishing is facing new challenges with the rise of generative AI tools. Retraction Watch, a platform that tracks paper retractions, has revealed a concerning trend: the emergence of papers potentially written by ChatGPT.

How to Avoid Citing Retracted Papers by Mistake

You would not want to cite a retracted paper in your article or your thesis without knowing. This week we talk about how to get yourself aware of retractions, and to do a reference "health check" before you submit your writing.

Retraction Watch & Retracted COVID-19 Articles

While research publications on coronavirus have mushroomed in an amazing speed in 2020, some of them had to be retracted for various reasons. Retraction Watch is a good source to help us keep track of them.