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AI and Its impact on OA and Research Integrity (SSP & TSK micro-conference)

19 October 2023
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Frankfurt Studio

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Artificial intelligence tools also present challenges for research integrity. Generative content systems can be used to create papers, or images that might be used in scholarly communications. Obviously, outright fraud potentially possible by using these tools is inappropriate behavior, but other applications might require a more nuanced consideration. Perhaps a researcher uses an AI application to help with the fact that English is their second language and uses the tool to improve their style. When is the line crossed? Meanwhile, publishers are exploring the use of neural network tools to discern fraudulent submissions. Are these as reliable as they purport to be?

Mini-conference organisied by Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) and The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK) in cooperation with Frankfurter Buchmesse.


  • Todd Carpenter (National Information Standards Organization (NISO), Executive Director)
  • Anita de Waard (Elsevier, VP of Research Collaborations)
  • Robert M. Harington (American Mathematical Society, Associate Executive Director, Publishing)
  • Roy Kaufman (Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), Managing Director of both Business Development and Government Relations)
  • PhD Julia Kostova (Frontiers, Director of Publishing and head of the US division at Frontiers)
  • Dr. Leslie McIntosh (Digital Science, VP of Research Integrity)
  • Avi Staiman (Academic Language Experts, CEO)