A note on using generative tools for research papers at the Infocommunications Journal
THERE is a new emerging trend of using large language modelbased applications – such as ChatGPT, Bard, Claude or LLama – in the research and innovation processes. This reaches from data processing through writing (parts of) reports to using them in reviewing scientific articles. The policy of Infocommunications Journal is to follow general guidelines of professionalism and the Codes of Conduct provided by ACM, IEEE and others. When it comes to the usage of ChatGPT and similar tools, they should be used as professional tools, as these make work easier. Still, authors should make sure that the output is scientifically supported and in general, true. When it comes to text editing, both authors and reviewers can use them for light textediting purposes. When authors generate text or multimedia content with such tools, it must be properly quoted and cited, following the publication rules that are anyway applicable for works not part of the authors’ contribution.
Please cite this paper the following way:
Pal Varga, "A note on using generative tools for research papers at the Infocommunications Journal", Infocommunications Journal, Vol. XV, No 2, June 2023, pp. 1.