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Other Statements about the Use of Generative AI in Scholarly Publishing

From the Hastings Center Report, September/October 2023: A group of "editors of bioethics and humanities journals" agreed on these recommendations:

  1. LLMs or other generative AI tools should not be listed as authors on papers.
  2. Authors should be transparent about their use of generative AI, and editors should have access to tools and strategies for ensuring authors' transparency.

  3. Editors and reviewers should not rely solely on generative AI to review submitted papers.
  4. Editors retain final responsibility in selecting reviewers and should exercise active oversight of that task.
  5. Final responsibility for the editing of a paper lies with human authors and editors.